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Looking for a BIG Watch

Discussion in 'Watches' started by smithy, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. sesshin

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    You could always buy rep or homage. Some of the reps are actually really good, with swiss movements, sapphire AR coated crystal, resin-filled lume dials, etc.
     
  2. RGNY

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  3. JML

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    G-Shock Gw-3000BD-1AER

    approx. 52,5 mm x 49,8 mm x 15,5 mm (H x W x D)


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  4. JoeyBones

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    G-Shock all the way. I just got my first one and it is my favorite watch by far!
     
  5. Kilovolt

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    Has anyone already mentioned U BOAT watches?


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  6. Lurkr

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    +1 for Seiko Monster series (I have an Orange Monster) - nice heft, great build.

    Just picked up a Reactor Neutron which makes the Monster look puny. Check one out if you can.
     
  7. Nige7Whit

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    Wow, that looks huge... ! 55mm isn't really 'big', but that watch looks like a wall clock fitted with a strap. nice though.
     
  8. jailhou5e

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    if interested in a chrono...omega seamaster planet ocean 45.5mm. i have knocked this watch around with no problems.
     
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  10. somber

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    http://sonbolwatchgroup.com/Resources/17c.jpg

    I didn't shop this image. Please, for the love of all things good DO NOT waste your money on a Johnny Sonbol watch. If you want a cheap quartz watch, you could do better and you'd still spend less than half of what you would for one of those P.O.S.

    What a joke...
     
  11. sesshin

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    Invicta has a lot of large watches, 50mm+, if that's what you're going for. Not expensive at all either!
     
  12. Myth90045

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    You can do a search for it.

    Casio G-shock GX56-1A

    They call it the King of G-Shock....55mm
     
  13. theotherphil

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    Funny you should mention the GX56. Here's my GXW-56-B1JF up agains some other reasonably large watches. For comparison, I have 7.25" wrists:

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  14. somber

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    That Suunto looks great!
     
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    nice watches on this thread ;p
     
  17. smithy

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    Thanks for the replies so far!

    The Suunto is added to my wishlist :)
     
  18. fallow

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    Here's some big dive watches that might be interesting.

    Citizen Aqualand 25th anniversary (9JV0030-01E)
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    Citizen Autozilla (NH6931-06E)
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    Seiko 1000m Tunacan (SBBN011)
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    Casio King G shock (GX56-1A)
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    CX military 20,000 ft dive watch
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  19. Flexxx

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    How about this?

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  20. Tyson127

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    I've got a Casio PAW1500T-7V for sale/trade. It's case diameter is about 50mm. [​IMG]