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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Peter Atwood, Mar 31, 2006.
My wife bought me this strap for my watch. It's big, thick, well made and super comfy!
Got myself a Suunto Core for the 3th time
Bierkameel, I really like the Suunto! If it weren't so large I think I might get one, except in green.
This one is unique .. A very strong statement ! Thank you for the link ,)
BE WELL .. GH
This arrived in the mail today from a forum member via BST thread .. I am very happy with it ,)
BE WELL .. GH
The picture you posted last week made me look up Casio GW3000 with the following result ...
Cheers to you!
ha! another victim.
living "The Life Aquatic" today:
same watch worn by Team Zissou in the movie. yes, i'm a geek.
i admit it, i have a problem. another Russian for today:
I've seen that movie a hundred times and have never noticed a watch.
Looks cool though. What is it?
Vostok Amphiba. available with many different dials, but for some reason the crew in the movie ended up with a bunch of that one.
my orange monster came today.. i just ordered it two days ago...shocked at how fast it came, didnt expect to see it
till next week well its big, really big..
i love it!!
Recently, mostly just for grins, I purchase an Invicta retro type chronometer or chronograph (I get the terms mixed up - I understand that one term applies to a certified accurate timepiece) from Woot.com. They said it was big and give the dimensions, but I just had to see. It came yesterday and it was big - really big. I'm about 6'2" and have nine inch wrists. Still, on me, the watch looks like a dinner plate. It also has a 22mm black leather strap that must be 3/16" thick. I can only wear it in the daylight, since my eyesight is so poor in low light that I must have some sort of backlight - either like that in Timex watches or my Casio MDV102-1AV. Don't think that this watch - the Invicta - is going to make my short list.
Got this on Ebay, cuz it's too expensive here to get Casio and all other stuff in Turkiye.
I've paid quite reasonable price for useful watch. Need calibrating, lacks solar power but still useful
Wearin' a Casio Edifice:
Seiko SKX173 lately...
I saw this http://www.marea.es/contenedor_eng.html for €20 and could not resist buying it, every time I put my watch down at work I cant find it again but now that shouldn't be a problem and at the price I may buy a couple more just for the fun of it. Check out the others on their site.
I bought this one new in 1985 and wore it daily until 2009. It's been through a lot of adventures. Seiko 7A38