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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by T.L.E. Sharp, Nov 4, 2020.
Hard to go wrong with a G shock and Victorinox sak
For now? This.
Sorry, I didn’t read the whole OP. My bad.
No problem at all.
Actually I found it kind of funny.
I just looked and was like "That's a Daytona! Where the HELL did he get that for under a grand!!!"
Regardless, it's a great combo! Is it a Zenith movement?
Oh, thank you. No, that’s a modern one, from shortly before the ceramic bezel launch.
This would be my choice for one knife and one watch, a Seb 21and a Seiko Monster.
It's funny watches can be another madness , dropping down the rabbit hole into quart or mechanical.
The wavecepter keeps pretty much perfect time, sets itself , shockproof , solar powered , rated to 200 meters water resist. Good enough for a watch enthusiast ? Oh , hell no .
I always look for high quality and a bargain price on my edc items.
The watch I would get again is my watch for the last 8-10 years, a Seiko solar divers watch. Loses 1 second every few months. So I ve read.
The knife I would get is a Hogue Ritter. I have the Benchmade Ritter and it is a great edc. From what I ve read, the Hogue Ritter may be an upgrade. At a good price.
Both are great quality. One is a very high value.
Big fan of the Hogue Ritter. Super easy to flip open, great ergos, 20CV
Seiko Alpinist Prospex and Spyderco UKPK Heinnie Haynes SFO.
Nothing wrong with a Casio! If you spend a little more, a Casio Oceanus is great. It's analog, connects to your phone via Bluetooth and all titanium as well!
For under a $1,000 it always stands it's hard to beat Casio, Hamilton, Seiko, Citizen and Marathon. There are more times than not that I find a digital watch actually more useful in my line of work than I do regular watches. I often have to write scripts for CEOs of companies and I have to time the speech and in this instance my $20 Casio Illuminator works great and is comfortable to wear all day.
Cold Steel Code 4, Timex.
Super Sweet Bill the Hungry.... Nice combo!
Giant Mouse Nimbus 2 and my good old ‚zero’