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Vestal releases a blank slate



Oh, Vestal, what were you thinking? Listen, I’m totally down with a cheap chrono movement in a classy watch. But no letters or numbers? You can barely read the thing, let alone use any of the functions.

Watchismo seems to like it, calling it “bold” but I’m of the school where tools should have some indication of their function. What if everything had no markings? Where would we be then? Think of the children.

Available now for pre-order for $279. It also comes in black.

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  1. While I respect Watchismo trying to sell “avant garde” watches, there comes a point where watches like this are so pointless you’ll need to forget it is anything but a piece metal on your wrist. Examination of its gimped functions just leaves me feeling pissy at it. Not pointless, but I disagree with this “screw function” philosophy.

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