While I’m not generally a fan of gold (or goldish tone like bronze), I see the appeal and I think the Pointer Date Bronze looks great. This is due largely to how well that green dial seems to work with the warm reddish tones of the bronze case and hands. The color, a sort of desaturated light green, was inspired by a color in Le Corbusier Polychromie Architecturale. While the Pointer Date Bronze is being positioned as a women’s watch, I think it has a unisex appeal and would not look out of place on a man’s wrist (especially on a darker or more muted strap). Man, woman, or otherwise, with a Swiss automatic movement and a price-tag of less than two grand, the Pointer Date Bronze looks like a winner.
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