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Looking for a watch under 200$

Discussion in 'Watches' started by nutellarain, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. Sarky

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    Fair point, although with the same requirements I ended up with the Monster. :unsure:
     
  2. amacman
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    Well, you are obviously a crass, tasteless, neanderthal.

    ;)
     
  3. Sarky

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    I am from Yorkshire, yes. :)
     
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    But amazingly self-aware.
     
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    Orient watches are nice.

    A diver is, I think, the perfect watch. No need to worry about water (if you're outdoorsy) and the timing ring can be used everyday - either as a countdown (say for boiling eggs) or as a record of elapsed time, noting how long it takes to do any kind of task or action.

    If you have small wrists, check out Vostok watches - ebay is the best way to pick them up. You could get two new Vostok Amphiba SS automatic dive watches for under $200. And a couple of nato bands for them. (Also go to watchuseek and do some research.)

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    My wrists are very small - I tend to go with Vostoks or the midsize seiko diver's watch SKX13K - the quality is way above the seiko 5 cases.

    Also not my pic: [​IMG]
     
  6. Sarky

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    Have you looked at Citizen? You should be able to find a nice Eco-Drive on a bracelet for $200, and no need to wind or change batteries
     
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    SEIKO SKX007J4