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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Peter Atwood, Mar 31, 2006.
Here ya go
Got this one a few weeks ago. Lum-Tec B6
Seiko SKX-007 with black Zulu (2 ring)
Citizens Eco-Drive Perpetual Titanium BL5250, this one the import with saphire crystal.
I love the look of a black case on a black zulu, especially with PVD hardware.
I've always loved Victorinox watches since they cam out years ago. Gone through several. Here's my most recent, the Vintage Infantry Chrono. I really digg the olive face, but the original strap was a little too "light brown" for me, and I didn't care for the white contrast stitching, so I dyed it to give it a darker, more weathered look.
Also, having a telemeter is actually quite handy during thunderstorms! Who knew?
Just got this last week. I freaking love it!
Fantastic watch, brother! I love the orange tip on the second hand. Wear it in good health!
Very nice...I can only dream.
Casio G-shock Gulfman G-9100R-4 (and it looks like my dog's wet nose hit the face near the "40" in the first picture and left a smudge :laugh: )
My new G-Shocks came in the mail today. GX-56-1A on top and G-7900MS-3 on bottom. (The GX-56 is beefy) I can't stop buying these things!
very nice, enjoy
EDIT: Trying to control my internet temper.
Wenger. Don't know the model, I impulse bought it at Costco for like $100 a few years ago. Came across this band at a watch store and thought it was cool. Been thinking of putting a Maratac strap on it, though.
IMG_0904.jpg by MaxArcher, on Flickr
This had been my everyday watch for the past two years or so, it's a Japanese Citizen model that was made as a tie-in for the Gundam anime. I thought it was cool 'cause it was like a smaller Skyhawk. I was really skinny at the time I got it, but not so much anymore. As you can see in the pic it needs to be resized, and the links are at my parents' place at the other end of the state, so I'm not wearing it until I get them. I really want to get a Skyhawk AT, I just wish it came in a white dial.
^ That one may need to go in one of the emergency tourniquet threads! Nice watch, though...
Haha, that's about how it feels.
Double-posting here, I guess, but I had to show off!
Just got this at REI's used sale for $62. Not a scratch on it, it was just missing the box and manuals. I couldn't bring myself to spend $250 on one, but $62 was a no-brainer. I'm thinking of getting the adapters and putting a Maratac strap on it.
Suunto Core by MaxArcher, on Flickr
now that's a real deal...congrats
Here is a pic of my new favorite watch. It is a sterile dial Chinese automatic version of a familiar watch I will never be able to afford or would wear in my physical line of work even if I did own it.
I really like how easy it is to read the time and date and I enjoy wearing a mechanical watch.
Corum Bubble Skeleton and my custom MK9.