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    Official Watch thread - What Watch do you wear?

    I tried to search to see if there were any Watch threads already created but i didn't find any, so i figured i'll start one.

    As the title say's, what Watch(es) do you wear? Post up pics of your Watch collection.

    I have two Fossil watches and just recently got my first Invicta, here is a picture of it.

    I love it, can't complain one bit.


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    That thing is pretty. I've always just worn an old Timex Ironman. It doesn't have many features other than time and lap functions, but it's small, lightweight, waterproof and I don't worry about breaking it. Which is good, because I find myself on quite a few unplanned adventures.

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    This:



    It's a Russian Aviator I pilot watch. Fully mechanical.

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    Very nice!

    I just recently started getting into watches, it's crazy how much goes into them. The movement alone can jump the cost up like crazy.

    I guess it's like everything though once you start learning about something.

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    Timex Camper. $30, waterproof, indiglo and it has a date window.
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    I don't wear it when I ride. Time is not important on the trail.
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    I've had a Citizen Eco Drive Blue Angels version for about 10 years now. Only thing I've had to replace is the glass, twice. Other than that, I love that watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nando87 View Post
    Very nice!

    I just recently started getting into watches, it's crazy how much goes into them. The movement alone can jump the cost up like crazy.

    I guess it's like everything though once you start learning about something.
    Absolutely true... I spent quite some time on this forum:

    http://www.watchuseek.com/

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    Funny, I find watches immensely fascinating yet I often don't care what time it is..

    My regular watch is this Broadarrow PRS-11:


    It's all mechanical. The black coating is some sort of hardening like the tip of a screwdriver, not really a coating but some sort of alteration of the metal itself. Worn it as a "beater" watch for 10 odd years and it's tough as nails. The bezel has a few battle scars but the sapphire glass and the house itself look as new.

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    What, no one wears a Casio G-Shock????

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamspartacus View Post
    What, no one wears a Casio G-Shock????
    Actually I do some times. One that synchronizes itself automatically and charges on solar energy... It's actually much more precise than my Aviator I and thus much more convenient for my job but I just like the Aviator I better for looks...

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    I have a really nice Festina that I wear to look nice but as the years have gone by I find that I am really particular about how a watch feels when it's on. For example, I have to have a velcro band. I prefer a Kavu band and I use it on a Casio watch but it's the only model I know of in their line that accepts a velcro band and has altimeter, barometer functions. The G Shocks use that stupid band that is held on by screws.

    I'm a mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamspartacus View Post
    What, no one wears a Casio G-Shock????
    Actually I do, and it's a model with a vibrating alarm (G-7510).
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    I can't stand to wear a watch, but when I do it's either a Motoactv or a Garmin Forerunner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamspartacus View Post
    What, no one wears a Casio G-Shock????
    I'm rolling a G Shock Solar Atomic model that I've had for the past four years. It's been a great watch.

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    Rolex Submariner Date. This is the last
    watch I will ever buy. The wife had me
    get it for a retirement present.

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    G-Shock Solar atomic. I wear it 24/7, don't even take it off in the shower. Love the G-shocks, they last ten times as long as a Timex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimv View Post
    I have done some reading on this site as well, a lot of good info! And a lot of NICE watches!

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    I just use my cateye...

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    I wear a $30 timex. And at that only when I ride to time myself. Or when running to keep track of the intervals.
    SS ==> Nut up or Shut up!

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    My other love......

    I currently have a Girrard Perregaux Richeville and want a Audemars Piguet and a Bell and Ross to complete my collection. I also have a '78 Heuer Autavia ( The one Steve McQueen wore in the Movie Grand Prix), very collectable. I havea Baume Mercier and a bunch of cheapie Swiss Watches, Wenger, etc.

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    Omega Speedmaster X-33 with my plane (EA-6B) engraved on the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiahh View Post
    Omega Speedmaster X-33 with my plane (EA-6B) engraved on the back.

    Navy or Marines?

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    I've worn many different watches but have never been passionate about any of them.

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