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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Peter Atwood, Mar 31, 2006.
Finally decided to crack and ordered the bracelet.. Have to agree this does make the watch
Yes it does. I love this watch. I had one but had to sell (needed the money) and regretted it straight away. :-(
Dont think I could ever bring myself to sell it... I do still want a submariner and maybe a Sinn but really the Marathon and Sinn are basically the same watch.
Yeah, right!!!!! (please note the sarcasm) and my Sebenza and my Swiss Army knife are basically the same knife (again, please note the sarcasm).
Hey likes2watch, I think your date is off, it's Tuesday the 10th! Grant it in three days it will be right, and I so wish it was the 13th right now, but it's still early.. JR
Wow!!! That's weird. I would think that when you take a picture of a watch that it would always show the correct time, day, & date in the picture, no matter when you look at the picture.
My cheap beater watch.. the casio mrw200h.
Old school today.
I have both a TSAR and Sinn U1. While the TSAR and GSAR are great watches, they are nowhere in the same league as a U1 (you didn’t specify but if comparing dive watches from both makers). The GSAR and U1 do share the same movement and they are both dive watches but that's where the similarity ends. U1: Submarine steel; rated 1000m; tegimented bezel, thicker crystal, anti-magnetic. I also prefer the cleaner dial and legible hands of the U1. I do however prefer the Tritium lume of my TSAR (at least for the next 10 years) and I like the feel of the TSAR’s bezel clicks vs the U1. I'm certainly not discounting the quality of the TSAR/GSAR. I wore my TSAR daily for 5 years (and it shows) and I still love that watch, it’s just not in the same league as a U1.
I would say a U1 is like a M3 where a GSAR/TSAR are like a Subaru STI. Both are excellent cars, both are great values when compared to much more expensive vehicles but overall quality and performance certainly goes to the M3.
^ Nerd alert!!
I want to see the pocket protector...
Wearing a Fossil Copper dial JR993. A rugged watch with some weight behind it: http://imagebank.szul.com/productimages/Images615/JR9938.jpg
Thats awesome. I love Fossil watches. Thinking of bying this in addition to my current one:
Love this one! Very Unique!
^^ Thank you Sir!
Any idea what year that watch was made?