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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Peter Atwood, Mar 31, 2006.
Luminox Chronograph 3080 Blackout
By ironman5517 at 2011-08-14
gx56, casio diver, casio military "red eyes"
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guess brand diver crono and black monster
ive been rotating through them. monster has seen most action its the newest.
nice watch flywheel.
Wind up today.
Doxa 750t Sharkhunter...
Some day I'll own a Doxa. Some day.
Marathon JSAR V.2 (WW194018)
Currently a JSAR V.2, on nice occasions a Bell & Ross BR01-92 Heritage...
Two of my favorite things...
I truly love this watch and treated it to a new strap.
Oh man I need to make more money...
Here is todays watch its an AZX dive watch with a replacement bracelet - the crystal was recently replaced with a taller one and the bezel is warn out so it was epoxied to stop free spinning.
Untitled by rlibson, on Flickr
The watch brand isn't even around any more near as I can tell - but it's a great little watch.
Seiko Tuna for me.
Since I took this pic for another thread anyway, here's my Seiko SNK809 on Maratac Nato Bond strap. Light and cool for a summer day.
I am loving these Seikos. Thanks for the on wrist pics. Esp. The one of the tuna can, so we can see how big and beautiful it is.
Today a new (to me at least) Casio Protrek PRW-1300
At other points a combination of a Citizen BN0000-04H diver, a G Shock AWG-101 and a Citizen BM8180 field watch depending on mood and what I am doing.
wearing an atomic gshock riseman, its practicaly a bombproof watch and has some brilliant features and it looks pretty cool.
I ordered a G-Shock 5600 today but I'm pretty sure a Riseman is not far off...
Fossil Speedway, just got it fixed.
Casio Pro Trek. Can't remember the model.
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Sinn EZM 3 on bracelet