Opinions please...is the 42mm too big on me?

kerriberri

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I'm on the fence with the size, not sure if it looks too big and if I should go with the 38mm.
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The 42 mm looks good. I like it. I don't have a watch, but I'd go with the 42 mm if I got one. I'd want that extra screen real estate.
 

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The 42 mm looks good. I like it. I don't have a watch, but I'd go with the 42 mm if I got one. I'd want that extra screen real estate.
Thanks. I don't normally wear a watch which is why I guess it looked big. I'll get used to it. It is very comfy though
 

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I think this looks well proportioned . I did not try the watches perhaps I should have ? I got the smaller size. It's not opened I might find time to go and look at the bigger size too.
 

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I think it looks great..
 

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I think I read somewhere about wrist tattoos interfering with some of the heartbeat functionality. But I seem to remember it was if they were on the BOTTOM of the wrist.
 

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I think I read somewhere about wrist tattoos interfering with some of the heartbeat functionality. But I seem to remember it was if they were on the BOTTOM of the wrist.
Yeah, her tattoos won't be a problem. It's the really dark and solid ones that can interfere.
 

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I think I read somewhere about wrist tattoos interfering with some of the heartbeat functionality. But I seem to remember it was if they were on the BOTTOM of the wrist.
I can't imagine tattoos on the under side of the wrist would cause problems. The sensors are on the back of the watch, in contact with the top of your wrist.
 

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I think I read somewhere about wrist tattoos interfering with some of the heartbeat functionality. But I seem to remember it was if they were on the BOTTOM of the wrist.

My tattoo hasn't caused me any problems at all.