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The "go to" watch

Discussion in 'Watches' started by nick nitro, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. Mudinyeri

    Mudinyeri Loaded Pockets

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    Luminox Navy Seal - it's been with me for ... I don't know how many years .... Been through the mud, blood and crud. Replaced the broken band with one made of parachute cord. Replaced the movement. But, after all the abuse, it's still with me.

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  2. Sheepdog149

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    Seiko SKX007
     
  3. Echo2

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    Been real happy with my Suunto Core....so far...

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  4. deeker

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    Either one of these would be in the running for my go-to watch. Surprisingly neither is a G-Shock, or mechanical. They both have trit markers and hands, however...

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  6. ridz

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    [​IMG] Except for work, never leaves my wrist
     
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  7. nick nitro

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    Cool stream light mount.
     
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  8. nick nitro

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    So far it deems seiko divers dominate with luminox right up there with them. Omegas are highly respected as well as casios and timex.
     
  9. nick nitro

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    Did you fabricate the mount?
     
  10. Echo2

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    yup
     
  11. nick nitro

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    Very nice.
     
  12. kye4some

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    This one is granted the most wrist time (excluding work carry)
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  14. Tactical Plumber

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    Sorry for the late reply man, been 'off the grid' for a few months. Mine choice would be my suunto core military model, love the thing to bit and all the functions have saved my :censored: a couple of times, from the Scottish highlands to the mountains of Afghanistan.
     
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  15. Swe_Nurse

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    Without a doubt my Casio G-shock solar, radio-controlled mud man.
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  16. Ropes4u

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    I go to this..