I never got into Yes watches – they essentially show all sorts of crazy time equations in a unique and fairly elegant way – but that shouldn’t stop you from reading WatchReport’s excellent review.
If you are new to Yes watches, it’s important to realize that they are not all about aesthetics. In fact, Yes watches were specifically born out of a desire to present a more complete picture of time by bringing together manmade horological concepts like hours, minutes, and seconds with nature’s concepts of time like sunrise, sunset, and moon phases. It turns out that integrating these two words means cramming an incredible number of features into a relatively small case.
Review of the Yes Tati [WatchReport]
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