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Discussion in 'Gadgets & Gear' started by kershaw22, Jan 26, 2011.
These are the watches I rotate:
Ooh; man, I cant wait until I can get some 20mm bands for mine
Just added this beast to the rotation
Last watch purchase was a Citzen Titanium, solar powered. I never wear a watch. The laptop, phone, tablet, truck, and most anywhere I happen to be has a time feature (except casinos).
this citizen is my nicer watch i wear, i have a gshock that i wear 95% of the time though. its lighter less expensive and more replaceable. when i need a new battery in a g shock the watch is usually toasted so i just toss it. threw my job i get the g shock watches for about $8 more than a replacement battery costs me
Plain Jane analog Timex. $25 when I got it 18 years ago. 50m WR, been much deeper, banged, bumped, been throught more bands I can count, but the bastard keeps going. Yeah!
A casio titanium protrek, most of the time. Cannot beat the accuracy and features for the price. In the winter I swap it out for a luminox since I spend most days in a dark room and the solar casio does not like that. I occaisionally wear a Skagen and own a Rolex orange hand explorer II, a GMT II, and datejust, but I have a hard time wearing a watch that pricey anymore.
Timex expedition, luminox blackout, or luminox neon green or g shock depends on what day of the week
What do you all think of the Movado Sapphire line? I'm interested in the one with the mirror face, no black.
I'm torn between that or a Tag, if I can find one around the same price..
Same here. Most expensive watch I wear these days is my Orange Monster; the GMT just sits in the box. I actually prefer my G Shocks to any of them
wore this today
My g shock feels terribly uncomfortable after wearing my new Suunto core for the last couple of weeks.
mike i've heard bad things about the suunto core you have any problems?
This one gets the most wrist time.
Followed by this one...
Breitling SuperOcean Steelfish
I've heard the same things. The reviews of the core on Amazon are quite polarizing. I was concerned about durability and reliability etc but after trying one on I took a chance and made the purchase.
Only had it a couple of weeks so far so it may be too soon to comment but so far so good.
It doesn't feel as robust as my g shock. The casio I have is an absolute tank but the core doesn't feel as flimsy as some reviewers have stated. I've showered with it on and soaked it in a bowl of water over night and no water has made it into the casing as of yet. One thing I will comment on is that I chose to go with the positive display model as opposed to the negative all black display. The negative display was a tad difficult to read in the store so I opted for the easier to read option. The negative display does look really cool though.