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Unread 02-14-2007, 10:28 PM   #31
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Unread 02-14-2007, 10:33 PM   #32
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I've got a fossil with an animated LCD dragon on face, and a cheap walmart sports analog watch
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Unread 02-14-2007, 10:34 PM   #33
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Those luminox watches can't be beat for the price. they can take a real beating.
the H3 gas vials make em glow for years.

You can get an Omega seamaster for about $1200

If you want something no one else around you has: http://www.mwcwatches.com/shop/produ...products_id=59
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Unread 02-15-2007, 01:47 AM   #34
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I wear a Fossil watch and I can't leave the house without a watch. I have a nice Citizen, but I hardly ever wear it. Basically, I don't like buying expensive things if I am not going to get use out of them. A $100 watch looks good, keeps time, and last quite a long time...the Fossil has been around 10 years now.

I've got a Fossil too, although mine is only about three years old.

I still haven't had to replace the battery yet, either.
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Unread 02-15-2007, 06:23 AM   #35
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Those luminox watches can't be beat for the price. they can take a real beating.
the H3 gas vials make em glow for years.

You can get an Omega seamaster for about $1200

If you want something no one else around you has: http://www.mwcwatches.com/shop/produ...products_id=59

i like the omega watches but i cant make myself pay over $1k for a watch. i wear a seiko titanium sna067. best watch i have ever owned. very very light. had a fossil titanium chrono for a few years before it crapped out. no comparing the two brands. like comparing my seiko with a breitling or rolex.

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Unread 02-15-2007, 07:45 AM   #36
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Go to mexico and buy a Rolex... They're only $25 and I hear that they're top quality.

Personally, I have an $80 Casio G-shock from Wally World.

If you want to spend some real money, I suggest the coolest watch in the world:

http://www.511tactical.com/index.asp...3&number=59209
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Unread 02-15-2007, 08:00 AM   #37
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I wear a Nixon. I have had it for a lil over 4 years and like it allot. it looks good and serves its purpose well. And it only cost me $125

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Work or dress = Omega Speedmaster

play, every day = Timex Ironman

Have a couple Movados but rarely ever wear them.
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I'm getting a new battery for my old swatch watch this weekend. It's has a clear face and a sweet swatch guard.
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Go to mexico and buy a Rolex... They're only $25 and I hear that they're top quality.

Personally, I have an $80 Casio G-shock from Wally World.

If you want to spend some real money, I suggest the coolest watch in the world:

http://www.511tactical.com/index.asp...3&number=59209
man! i have a g-shock that i got when i was 15. i think it was the first model. all the plastic has dry rotted and fallen off the bands are broken the internals are shifted inside the stainless casing but the m efer is still running on the same battery. holy hell those are bad asz.
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Unread 02-15-2007, 08:17 AM   #42
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-G-shock atomic solar----when I know I need it to work w/out fail.

-Movado automatic(forget the model)----dress watch.

-Seiko automatic dive watch----as needed. Best all purpose watch I own.

-citizen quartz chrono----decent but expendable

-a cheap stainless quartz casio----decent but expendable

-a fossil----gift from somebody
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I was over at a friends house the other day. He took off his watch that he had on and asked what I thought it was worth. It was a $20 gold coin made into a watch. I said, "I guess around 20 bucks." WRONG: $12,500.00 We looked it up, here is a link...

http://www.tourneau.com/Tourneau/Mai...CC153691A961C0

He is not loaded, but his grandfather who gave it to him apparently is.

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I wear a Skagen, I love it. It's nice and thin, can't even feel it on there. And that mesh band doesn't pull hair like a regular metal band, and won't get worn out and dingy like a leather one.

My favorite too, I've been wearing Skagen watches for a long time, I've got 5 of them and they all still work great. The band on that particular model kinda sucks, seems like it likes to bend the pins that hold it to the watch?
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Ah, conspicuous consumption, the reason I have a job. Affluenza keeps the market afloat
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