The layers of metal revealing the watch’s movement is an expression of the Daymark’s oculus. It is an eye, an opening, an insight into the machinations of the designer’s mind like the Six Pips. Actually it is a modified version of the Beater B1 case back that was modelled along the lines of an airlock hatch opening mechanism, so the door metaphor works equally well. The meshing of various wheels is like the masonry which forms the Daymark tower and looking inside the watch in this way is a privilege, spying on the inner workings.
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