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Which brand watch is your favorite?

Discussion in 'Watches' started by Terscry001, May 7, 2013.

  1. AXO

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    My Favorite watch is Rolex! I have a Staineless GMT which I always wear when I am off duty. On Duty is Luminox 3051 on a Velcro band! :D
     
  2. Katjang1

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    I love the robustness of the G- Shock. I love looks and the sertings etc of Suunto's X- Lander Military and Core all black. But I also love a Gentlemen's watch like a TW Steel. So if difficult to pick a favorite.
    Ay ay ay...oke Suunto it is!
     
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    For digital watches, I go with Casio. Everyone raves about the G-Shock, but I run, climb, crawl through mud, shoot, and swim with my Illuminator. Never a hiccup and it was less than $20 at Walmart.

    For analog, Citizen. Titanium and Eco-Drive? I'm in heaven.
     
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  4. Crew
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    Although I've loved many others, especially my Marathon Navigator, I have to go with Steinhart.

    Easily the best bang for my buck, currently EDC the Ocean Vintage Military on a kangaroo leather nato.
     
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    Pocket watch Longines around 1920 with leather cord and gold skull








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    Fossil, Diesel, Invicta, Casio...usually stick to those.
     
  7. mta5888

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    Casio

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  8. Monocrom

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    The nice thing with Longines is that they'll fix even vintage models of their watches, provided you have the money. Literally only a handful of watch brands offer that service. Ironically, Rolex isn't one of them.

    Gorgeous Longines pocket-watch.
     
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    Omega Speedmaster Professional.

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  11. WMoon

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    Hamilton Khaki Auto Ti is my favorite watch I currently own. A close second to that would be my Vostok N1 Rocket and after that is my Deep Blue Swiss Daynight with T100 tritium tubes. The Hamilton is understated, light weight, has a great movement, is finished perfectly and readable, the only thing I don't like about it is that it has no tritium, instead it just has superluminova for the lume. The Vostok is extremely clean and modern, but it doesn't have the brand recognition that Hamilton does. I like the Deep Blue just because it's ridiculous, it's huge, it weighs as much as a small car, it's downright vulgar in a movie theater because of the 64 tritium tubes and it looks a lot more expensive than it actually is.
     
  12. Lee Bradbury

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    Seiko, Accurist and G-Shock.
    These are the only 3 watches I have now, actually as I type I've just remembered I still have my first watch (a Timex) that my Grandparents got me in 1970.
    I am in the market for a new watch to replace the G-Shock as I've found over the years I've had it that I like to have hands on my watches.
    The Seiko, got in 1988, is a lovely watch but is only worn when I'm 'dressed up' as the G-Shock won't fit under my cufflinked shirt cuffs!
    G-Shock is an every=day wear whilst the Accurist hasn't had a battery in it for a long time!

    I'm now looking for something solar powered (tough and big), like the G-Shock, with the looks of the Seiko and most importantly.....cheapish!

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    If I had to pick one brand overall I'd pick seiko they make some great watches right fron budget to the high end grand seikos

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    All time favorite would be Omega.
     
  15. stockae92

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    I like sports watch, any brands :)
     
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    I have several Seiko's, a few monsters, a 7002 and a few mods
     
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    For me it's CWC (Cabot Watch Company) who make the watches for the British armed forces. Very understated and pretty bomb-proof.
     
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    Grail watch is a Damasko DA36. Also a fan of Sinn and Ball. All are currently outside of my financial means.
     
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    I would have to say this Citizen Eco=Drive line of watches which I own two of. No problems with these time pieces and they are well made.