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post #31 of 67 (permalink) Old 04-15-2012, 12:02 AM
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Used to be an avid watch collector but sold off everything a few years ago. The nicer pieces I had were an Omega Seamaster, Fortis Flieger, Oris F1 and Rolex Submariner. I was a sucker for automatic Swiss Made movements. Always wanted a Breitling but could never find one cheap enough.

This is what I wear now, Hamilton Khaki GMT
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post #32 of 67 (permalink) Old 04-15-2012, 12:10 AM
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Tag Heuer all the way.

Would love to wear this one (modded) as well:

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My wrist is watching you.





Seriously though, here is what I am wearing. Accurate to around 24hrs. It varies throughout the day though.


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I don't wear it often, but this is my watch...

Nubster, I totally expected to scroll down and see something like this on your wrist

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Damn you, ninja

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32g tall eclipse3, fluval403, with a handful of bristlenose plecs.180gallon corner in-wall build journal
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I'm a Seiko and G-shock guy. I have a few Seiko watches passed down to me so I don't know what models they are. My [small] G-Shock collection is composed mainly of 5600's, 6900's, and a Frogman. You can say that I'm a budgeted collector.
we must have similar tastes, because i only wear seiko self-winding and g-shocks digital watches.
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Good taste on watches everyone.

My frogman wrapped onto my light fixture. I miss my 2.5, accidentally knocked it down a few days ago ... RIP shrimpies and otto.




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we must have similar tastes, because i only wear seiko self-winding and g-shocks digital watches.
By self winding I'm guessing you mean the kinetic? I love never changing the bats on them.

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Figured I'd bring this thread back to life -- I'm currently wearing my Luminox 7051.bo. I really wanted to get the chrono version (3083) but it would have looked huge on me so I opted for the 7051. I'm not a fan of oversized watches, I think it looks unprofessional/"gangsta"

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I drool for Monarchy Coat of Arms ever since I heard the company (clothing and accessories) stopped producing them plus went into a "modern" direction. But I'm usually just rocking out my Fossil watches because they are fairly cheap and still

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post #43 of 67 (permalink) Old 07-30-2012, 04:00 PM
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I carry a wind up pocket watch in my purse that is a family heirloom, and wind it everynight. No need for watches with batteries here!

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I'm a girl and I like big ol' chronographs. I have a Michael Kors chronograph and a Fossil one too...any watch I get has to be waterproof - my arm is always in one tank or another!

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I have and wear a Breitling Superocean

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