- jason_recliner (Online)
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Or so I thought. Should a practical everyday watch have lume? Does it matter when we all carry smart phones? I can't remember the last time I looked at my watch in the dark. Nevertheless, for a practical business/salary man watch, lume would seem to be a useful feature. Pulling out your phone to know when your lapdance is up would be uncouth. And possibly against the rules? Citizen, the Greatest Watch Manufacturer in the World, knows this. They understand. To wit, the The Citizen Chronomaster AQ4030:
It's got lume. It's a better case size (40ish mm). It's actually slightly cheaper! BUT. It doesn't have the GS hands and indices as per the 4020 (when I say 'GS', I believe Seiko and Citizen use the same contractor)
I want a practical watch but I also want GS hands and indices. I'm probably going to get the impractical 4020.
If it thinks, it stinks