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Watcha Wearing?

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

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  1. marcoc

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    Yes and No....yes the x33 is a beaut and a design marvel for its time! But divers will always be my perpetual favourite....did some 25 years of diving....sort of retired when I landed on these shores. I still have mostly divers in my watch harem! Hold on to Darth as long as you can....miss mine.
     
  2. davidt1

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    Casio Illuminator Tactical Commando Rescue Field Watch

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  3. Eazy_tom

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    I just got a watch after not having one for a couple years, Its just a cheap $20 Casio that I'm going to wear until xmas to see if I like wearing it,
    If I do I'll be picking up a Seiko that I've been eying for a while, or maybe a Citizen.
    [img width=640 height=357]http://i453.photobucket.com/albums/qq256/Eazy_tom/Gear/gear009.jpg[/img]

    [img width=640 height=357]http://i453.photobucket.com/albums/qq256/Eazy_tom/Gear/gear008.jpg[/img]
     
  4. marcoc

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    This one tomorrow a vintage tag diver.

    [img width=640 height=360]http://i214.photobucket.com/albums/cc115/marcoc74/P1010217.jpg[/img]
     
  5. nealo

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    today my old seiko 7002j, tommorow sector no limits 650sge.
     
  6. simbad

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    Omega SMP :)

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  7. goingyard

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    I am in favor of the omega's. I am currently wearing the seamaster professional chronometer.
     
  8. landylux

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    MkII Blackwater Custom:

    [img width=640 height=457]http://i215.photobucket.com/albums/cc300/landylux/IMG_756610241.jpg[/img]
     
  9. izwan

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    GOT MY G-SHOCK GULFMAN G9100 LAST MONDAY ;D..GREAT WATCH.WILL POST WRIST SHOT LATER
     
  10. Towanda

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    Timex Ironman 30-lap. I've been using them since the 80s. I'm neither an astronaut nor a diver, and I'm not going to find anything more accurate for less than $500, so it suits me fine. The Citizen Eco-Drive is tempting, though...no batteries to replace, but I'm not sure if its accuracy matches the Ironman.
     
  11. 325doc

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    Work: 5-11 field ops. Play: Casio G-shock, P.T.: Timex expedition.
     
  12. 325doc

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    Are you afraid of losing it on a BAD call. Nice Zoll, Were you working a code when you took this? :popcorn:

    325.
     
  13. medic808

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    :laugh:
    nah... it was a slow day at work when I took the pic...

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    I have lost a few watches on calls though.

    Be safe out there. :D
    Aloha from Hawaii
     
  14. Manatakui

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    I'll take a picture of it sometime, but I typically wear a Wenger GST Sea model, which I see are no longer on their website. o.o;

    Good up to 300 meters beneath water, this watch is. o.o

    ... Still need to have another link removed; my wrists are tiny. >.>
     
  15. wec12

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    First and only G:
    Shock Resist~

    Spyderco Yellow Salt I PE with Titanium Clip:
    Rust Resist~

    Columbia Bloodfire Titanium:
    Wind Resist~

    Silver Bracelet:
    Hm... Resist what?

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  16. marcoc

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    The Moon Watch for tomorrow!

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    Casio "Sea-pathfinder SPF101AV " i bought it because it has a infra red "radiant thermo sensor" that let you measure temperatures from a distance...

    Sorry, no pic, but you can google it :winkwink:
     
  18. Lio

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    seiko BM
    really a keeper
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  19. 2xTap

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    This one has been on my wrist the past few days.................

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    Maratac AQC.

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  20. Stormdrane

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    I got a couple of gift cards for Christmas and had to decide on either new shoes or a new watch to replace my Citizen Promaster that had a stroke or something, started running slow and a new battery didn't help... :shrug:

    I fixed the hole in my shoes with duck tape :knuppel2: and went for a new watch, nothing fancy, just an affordable Timex Expedition 49451. Plus Timex has a 20% off promotion that ends Dec. 31. The band looks ok with the black leather and green nylon, but with my large wrists I'll just use my Zulu 4-ring band.

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