In December 2014 we held one of our major holiday giveaways of a Tudor Heritage Chrono watch sponsored by TrueFacet. We had an aBlogtoWatch review of the Tudor Heritage Chrono Blue watch here. The giveaway winner was David M., and he was nice enough to follow up with this watch winner review:
You’d also not assume that the Roger Dubuis Excalibur 42 Automatic Skeleton watch is particularly legible – but it is. Roger Dubuis follows the wise practice of producing hands that are flat polished on one side and satin finished on the other. This offers a high-end look, but also one that allows the hands to pop out and be easy to read. A flange ring around the open dial with its view of the skeletonized movement has hour and minute markers which are further necessary for being able to read the time properly. As weird as Roger Dubuis can sometimes get with their designs, they are usually pretty good about remembering that at the end of the day, they are still producing watches, and that watches need to be read.