What's My Wrist-Wear Choice for Today?
My Flavor of the Day
For Saturday, I decided to go with a timepiece that doesn't get nearly the wrist-time that it so richly deserves, The Laco, Type B, Aachen, Pilot watch. The 'Type B' is a style of dial lay-out, used in Flieger-style timepieces, from 1941 until the end of the war.
This timepiece offers the perfect mixture and balance of numeral layout, index marker positioning, colors, contrasts, and lume; the total of theses offering optimal dial clarity. Usually, you'll see polished rivets used on the strap (the two metal dots at the top of the strap), but a nice touch with this timepiece is that the rivets have a brushed-look, following the design concept of the case, crown, and buckle.
I decided to accessorize this timepiece with a custom-designed bracelet from Beads by Gonzo, which picks-up the rich brown color of the leather strap.
If you would like additional information, or specifications on the Laco timepiece featured in today's WOTD post, please click on the picture to be taken to a direct link of information.