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Watcha Wearing?

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

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  1. bjornkeizers

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    Thank you; both on the strap and photo :) You'll rarely see a Breitling decked out in colors like this. Most owners usually go for the classic black / brown leather or steel.

    I actually plan to put it back on the bracelet tomorrow since I just put it through my new ultrasonic cleaner. Put several bracelets through it this afternoon and man... they look and feel brand new. My Omega Seamaster bracelet even closes better after the cleaner. Well recommended so far!

    Nice shot of the GWM Watchcollecter! I wear mine on a black or orange NATO strap with strap adapters. Really a tactical look and great for warm wear when you might want to loosen the strap during the day. Works over a coat sleeve as well. awesome watch.

    Here's mine. Wore it through CPR training last september. Both watch and myself passed with flying colors.

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  2. TrickyVic

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    For the last few days I've been wearing my G2310.

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  3. Bravo_Kilo
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    Hamilton Khaki King Pilot

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  4. cyan

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    Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 45mm (orange), on the bracelet. I've found that the bracelet's more comfortable than the rubber and leather straps that you can get with these.

    Lots of Omega in my family (generational). Wears super comfortably, goes everywhere with me, and is wonderfully reliable.

    Nothing like spending good money on a watch, then taking good care of it AND getting to wear it.

    Guys - you generally get to wear two pieces of jewelry. Wedding ring, and a nice watch. :)

    -Cyan
     
  5. apache119

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    Lum-Tec Combat B11

    Just got my new Lum-Tec Combat B11 in the mail today. I am very excited to wear this watch, who wouldn't be?

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  6. nine204

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    Nice! Lets get a glow shot!

     
  7. apache119

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    Ask and you shall receive! This thing is super bright.

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  8. themadplumbarian

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    Nice watch, love the carbon fiber, but not to sound stupid, i know military time, but how does the watch work? does it only make one rotation per 24hr, and the minute and second hand stay normal? i have a bunch of watches, but now i feel dumb as hell.. JR
     
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    It's this today for me.

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  10. apache119

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    That is exactly how it works, one hour hand revolution per day, and it is a quartz watch so the seconds hand is not sweeping. I am in the military so this format suits me well.
     
  11. themadplumbarian

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    Gotcha! and thank you for your services!! JR
     
  12. NaturalMystic

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    Well you learn something new every day!! That wasn't a dumb question at all. I didn't realize (never stopped to think about it really) that watches came like this in the 24Hr format.

    Nice watch Apache!
     
  13. Boy SureFire

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    My first Casio, & my Timex Expedition replacement...
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  14. karlito

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    Doesn't the hand position throw you off when you get a quick glance? I would read this as 11:10. Is it an issue reading your watch, then looking at clocks? Very nice no matter how its read. Enjoy.
     
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    Been wearing my old G-Shock a lot lately, I bought a new one (the 4765) but for some reason am still attracted to using my 4+ year old 273B.
     
  17. apache119

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    It's not an issue for me because I am used to military time, and I was never a big wearer of non-digital watches anyway.
     
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    Suunto Core All Black, Have had it for about a 6 months now and love it.
     
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    Lume Shots ... wearing the Suunto today :p
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    my favorite
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