Replica Frank Muller Revoluton
Arnold & Son does offer their share of smaller watches, but their sweet-spot is about 44mm, the size of the Arnold & Son CTB Chronograph. The brand realizes that these are designs meant to be shown off, and I think they personally like the larger sizes on their own wrists. Though, if you want 40mm-wide watches, you can get them from the brand. Otherwise, the cases are pretty classic in proportions and handsome on the wrist.
Citizen and Seiko are battling head-to-head again for dominance in the sophisticated-looking GPS watch market. Seiko has their Astron collection, while Citizen has the Satellite Wave series. Citizen just upped the ante a bit with the Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F900 by not only adding new features, but making the movement a true "GPS watch" and maintaining a very thin profile that allows the Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave F900 to be the thinnest light-powered GPS satellite synchronized watch in the world (with, as Citizen points out, the fastest signal reception speed).
The design of the Romain Jerome Spacecraft case is thanks to another Swiss watch industry star - Mr. Eric Giroud. One of the best watch designers around today, Giroud applies his sense of refinement to otherwise highly original and often weird designs that make them work. If anything, Giroud is a master at making "strange" "acceptable." I say this with love, because something like the concept of the Romain Jerome Spacecraft watch in the hands of a lesser design could have easily spelled instant disaster for the outcome.
I applaud the Frédéric Jouvenot Sîn for the way its design mixes this scarcely encountered day-night indication with a modern, technical looking case. The case is ergonomically designed, DLC-coated and water resistant to 50m. But there is one point that sits a little uncomfortably with me, and that is its silhouette.