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Watcha Wearing?

Discussion in 'Watches' started by Peter Atwood, Mar 31, 2006.

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  1. Peter Atwood

    Peter Atwood Empty Pockets

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    My new Sinn U1 on a gray sharkskin strap:

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  2. PWork

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    At work, a Casio Edifice.
    On my time, an Omega SMP. ;D
     
  3. Navck

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    Wenger took my model off their site for some reason. I have a Swiss Military Commando
     
  4. andy

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    I have a Luminox Titanium Sport(discontinued) and
    a Casio ToughSolar(ana/dig).
     
  5. 2400

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    Here's one of mine. ;D
     

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  6. Buzzbait

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    Wearing an Orange monster today. :)


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    Omega Seamaster, the new model with the blue dial that Omega released when "Goldeneye" came out at the cinema. I also have the Limited Edition James Bond Chronograph, but NEVER wear it, I think that came out with "Tommorrow Never Dies"!
     
  8. polak187

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    Doxa Caribbean. :) Love it. I'm thinking of getting the orange Dirk Pitt version but some other stuff have taken priority. By the way for Doxa fans... Did you guys see new watches announced in the last few days? Searambler, PVD Sharkie and Orange 750t with PVD coating? :censored: sweet.
     
  9. Peter Atwood

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    Buzz, love that Monster! Looks great on the zulu. :)
     
  10. paul810

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    Same as always, a Tissot T-touch. I love it, everyone that sees what it does is always amazed. I bead-blasted the titanium band too, now it doesn't show scratches as bad as before.
     

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  11. Bravo 25

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    Wow! I am feeling like the bum in the alley. I wear a Timex Expedition. I am hard on watches, and have trouble justifying the money for an expensive one. As long as it keep fairly accurate time, and I can read it at night, I am ok. I have thought about the tritium watches, but after reading the review here about movements, I have some more studying to do.
     
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    This was todays watch. MT-G 900

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  13. The Closer

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    Right now a Fortis Fleiger on a gray 2-ring zulu strap. I have a Sinn UX inbound!!!!!
     

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    Today and for the last week or so its an ORIS TT1 Diver in black with the "vanilla" rubber strap.
     
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    A black Casio AW-49H that really needs a backlight to be more useful. Other than that, it was on clearance and tells time just fine. :)
     
  16. heathah

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    Yeah, I'm feeling kinda nekkid myself. Here is what I've been wearing:

    http://www.timex.com/bin/detail.tmx?item=753048129706

    It gets me through the day, that's all that matters.
     
  17. bubbajoe

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    Dakota Angler. I kill watches . the dakota hangs from your belt ,so far its holding up. love the gadgets it has, compass, thermometer, red LED, alarm ,stop watch, small sharpening stone
     
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    I love the way that looks. I couldn't decide how the hands on that U1 would work in real life, or whether it was too big. But if looks fantastic in your picture.

    I have a couple of EZM1s but I really hope to buy more Sinns or Damaskos at some point. I admire their design philosophy in a world of pointless bling.

    Sunnie
     
  20. Peter Atwood

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    Sunnie, I agree with you completely. In my opinion Sinn makes some of the nicest designs out there. I love the 656 and 657 probably the most of all but wish they made them in a 44mm size. Yesterday I swtiched out the gray shark strap for a black one and it looks great too....BTW, I have a 7 inch wrist and I think the watch fits me very well for its size.

    Doug, love those UXs also! Maybe we'll have to swap for a week... :)

    Paul, buddy of mine has a Tissot T Touch and it is indeed quite the watch. I thought the compass and altimeter functions were really neat.
     
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