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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Terscry001, May 7, 2013.
Timex and Casio G-Shock. The Timex is the dress up watch and the G-Shock is for the fun in the field watch.
I am currently stuck on Invicta....great selection, great sales, fun to collect, great conversation pieces. My current collection...
I daily wear an omega speedmaster. Manual movement with crystal back. It's incredible.
I don't have any currently but used casio for more than 10 years and that is the brand I like the most.
Omega is my favorite brand, but I really like the Rolex GMT and Tag Aquaracer 500M.
Omega, hands down.
My favourite to wear day in day out would be my stainless g shock.
Favourite dress watch is my grandfathers old Patek which he was given as a wedding present in 1965 and which he have to me the day before my wedding. Only worn it once since to my son's graduation from Grammar school I'll wear it again next year for my eldest daughters graduation
Bad planning on your part doesn't constitute an emergency on mine.
She's not leaking oil she's sweating power
Casio. It was my first watch, now my current watch too.
Omega. I wear a Seamaster on rainy days and this 1970 vintage Speedy on all other. You can't go wrong with the tool watch. Good enough for astronauts, good enough for me.
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Depends on the situation.
Knockabout watch I reach for one of my G-Shocks. They're the go to watch for swimming, biking, running, kayaking, whatever.
Daily wear I reach for Vostok. I've gotten more compliments on my Amphibia than on my Invicta 8926 (not to say I don't enjoy the 8926) and they're different. The styling isn't "normal" dive/military watch. Although lots of people say the styling is pseudo-vintage Russian, I like it. The 2416B movement really is shock resistant too (ever run a pneumatic hammer with an auto on your wrist?).
Now, when I want a shock and awe watch, there is no substitute for my huge 70mm+ Russian diver behemoth
Citizen Eco Drives (Nighthawk) and Hamilton khaki field autos are my favorites (ie: constant go-to's) of my collection. Hamilton has the best looking line of watches IMO.
I love about all bigger divers watches..I guess my personal favourites are at this moment Invictas,Bigger Seikos,Vostok Europes etc etc...
Rolex GMT II Stainless Steel, Brietling Chrono Avenger Titanium
I thoroughly enjoy my Citizen watches, have had them on and off over the years.
If it was a perfect world, I would probably say Omega, but that's for sentimental reasons.
In my price range I would have to say Citizen and Seiko.
G-Shock. One of these two:
Depending on whether I'm in a digital or analog mood. The Mudman is functionally the better of the two but the Aviator just looks cool.
Both are solar/atomic and, going forward, I can't see me ever owning a watch that isn't, (unless GPS watches get smaller and cheaper at some point)
I was actually kinda looking for a new solar/atomic G but nothing really jumped out at me.