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    The Watches CRK People Wear...


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    Those of us who appreciate the high quality of Chris Reeve Knives must also appreciate a nice watch. The watch doesn’t have to be expensive, it just has to work! So what watch(es) best accommodate the CRK you tote? How about a picture with your knife and watch(es) together?











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    i wear a victorinox Ti odyssey.


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    Heh, after buying a CRK? I wear a cheap-o Timex Ironman that's about five years old. You fellas have any cash LEFT to spend after the knife addiction?

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    I have this pair, both knives are Lignum Vitea, the Mnandi is raindrop damascus

    and

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    I wear either my Casio Gshock or my Seiko SKX007.

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    Before CRK's I was into watches.

    My three Omega's. The Planet Ocean 42mm is my favorite watch. I've been wearing the "Bond" Seamaster quartz a lot recently. Seamaster GMT rarely gets worn but I really like the white dial, all brushed case/bracelet and gmt option.



    Not a picture taken by me but it is a picture of my 1 and only Rolex. It's my most comfortable watch on the wrist and it doesn't look bad either imo.



    This is the watch I got that really hooked me into watches.



    My most minimalist watch. A Stowa Airman.



    Not my picture but it is an actual picture of my watch.



    Others I have and are not my pics.










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    I mainly wear a Luminox 3202, though I'd really like an Omega Planet Ocean.



    Better shot of the watch:


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    Pictures somewhere but until I find one, Rolex GMT Master II with a "Coke" bezel.

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    Not big on jewelry. Maybe from days working on
    engines.

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    GMT II.jpg

    A good watch is anything but jewelry...and will last generations, unlike phones, which typically don't last even for the duration of the two year contract renewal...

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    The LumTec get more wrist wear than the others.




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    Sinn and Nomos are my choice.


    I think the simplicity and practicality of 656 goes perfectly with Sebenza.


    In a bit dressier situations, Mnandi and Nomos Tangente do the job.


    I'm fond of 356 UTC as well.

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    Like the Snow White bradtown!!

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    This is pretty ironic! I was going to post a simila thread a few days ago. Yeah, for most people, a Timex works just fine. For some, they like to spend more $$$ and get something of extremely high quality. My father and uncle wear Rolex and Panerai and I like my G-Shocks. I recently got my first sm Seb and I see why people like them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikkogi View Post
    This is pretty ironic! I was going to post a simila thread a few days ago. Yeah, for most people, a Timex works just fine. For some, they like to spend more $$$ and get something of extremely high quality. My father and uncle wear Rolex and Panerai and I like my G-Shocks. I recently got my first sm Seb and I see why people like them!
    Congrats!! Now it's time to save up for the Rolex and/or Panerai.

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    Insingo Sebenza
    Omega Seamaster Professional 300M Diver
    (2220.80.00)

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    like that Omega ^^^

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