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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Spectre, Mar 18, 2009.
I like em big! Lets see em..
Seiko SBBN007 "Tuna Can"
1969 Breitling Chrono-Matic (48 mm dia) and its 2008 version (44 mm dia).
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It takes a lot for me to say this. I officially hate you. :rant: :rant: :rant:
That aside, those are great watches. O0 Want to share one?
it would have to be my 1950.
47mm and feels like a tank.
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Another Tuna Can, my favorite.
Pray tell where you purchased the Tuna Can? I have to know!
Go here and search, they come up once in a while between $300-$500 it is an awesome watch- Elite Deal Seeker Watch For Sale Forums
My 300 meter Ecozilla. I love this watch...you definately won't forget you are wearing it!
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The sizes dont include crowns and pushers...just huge watches.
I could never understand people's fascination with big watches.
I've got one of these too. I have to be careful about bumping it into walls when walking around the house. It will leave a dent in the drywall.
I can, it is purely phallic. I love them- George
And mine... seems to be a top seller among us "bigger is better crowd"
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I wear the Zilla when I am not rocking the Tuna. Mine has the adapters so I can wear a Zulu on it, even cooler.- George
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Before anyone asks-
Folder - Al MAR SERE 2000 (my favorite task knife)
Todd Foster Palm Sap
Lifters Leather Python challenge coin holder
Casio PRW-1300 or PAW-1300 (US)