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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Peter Atwood, Mar 31, 2006.
Currently Suunto t3c, i just got back from the gym.
Sporting this unit this evening.
My Trusty Rolex 1680 Submariner. Vintage 1980. Acrylic crystal, bidirectional bezel with date. The original tool watch......
That's a great-looking watch. To be honest, I never understood the point of a bi-directional bezel. On a Uni-directional bezel, if you bump the watch while diving, the worse that'll happen is that you'll think you have less time left to dive than you actually do. With a a bi-directional, you might think you have more time left with regards to the oxygen in your tanks. Not good.
Is there some sort of advantage with a bi-directional that I'm not seeing?
my everyday is my citizen ecodrive chronoin full stainless
bierkameel,, that is a nice citizen,, what is the model??
JP-3020, it's from 2001 and very hard to find.
My red face Tag Heuer F1
Tag Heuer Aquaracer / Black face & bezel
Casio G-Shock GW-200Z "Final Frogman"
My "new-to-me" GA-100, still cold from the USPS truck.
Merry Christmas everyone!
That's a beautiful watch. Hope that you're happy with it
Which one I'm gonna wear today....
leftovers from my modest collection.
I had the rubber strap on my U1 adjusted today! I am now rocking my Sinn U1!!
OM on strap. Was a Christmas/birthday present from my parents. Wife suggested that as my gift this year. Now I just have to figure out what band I want to throw on it.
Ive got my Casio G-Shock that ive just taken about everywhere for the past 6 years. Only recently have I been wearing a Casio SGW-100 on a daily basis soon to be replaced by a Casio Pathfinder or 5.11 Field Ops.
Today = Wenger 7270X with a replacement Hadley-Roma Oil Tan Leather strap. Yesterday = Orsa Dive watch with a triple thick water proof brown leather strap. I have a dozen or so others that make it into and out of the rotation, but these two along with a nice Japanese Self-Winding Seiko are the standbys.
The Orsa (now sports a brown strap):
The Wenger (now sporting a oil tan leather strap)
My Victorinox classic. Has a Kavu brand velcro band (easy on/off, don't have to worry about it getting wet).
I'm going to order a new band off CountyComm soon, probably the Maratac Zulu in ACU grey/OD green or the Maratac Mil-Spec in ACU grey/OD green. Haven't decided yet.
That is one fine looking watch! Plus, I love anything Wenger & Victorinox.
Are these still being made? How much do they run? Do you have a link?
I wear a steel-cased Luminox 3100 that I bought back in 2002. I wear it on a Waterborne Watch Strap, along with a Suunto M9 wrist compass.