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So what kind of watch does everyone wear?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Roger1079, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. 31ModelA

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    Omega Seamaster GMT for me. Its been a great watch. I've been wearing it daily for 9 years. Also first post from a new guy, so greetings.

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  2. DanaT

    DanaT Pharaoh

    Normally, I wear my dual time zone (it really has three) Tissot PR50 Titanium.

    I dont like to wear heavy watches (even though I have two) and will take them off within and hour or two. Titanium ones I can sometimes manage to keep on 8 hours or more.

    I keep looking at a t-touch...but what is really needed in a watch?
     

  3. fnfalman

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    I've found that the orange bezel on the Omega Planet Ocean is too reflective underwater and unusable. So the leather strap went back on and she's playing dress watch duty nowadays.

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  4. Roger1079

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    Very nice. Waaaaaay out of my budget though.
     
  5. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    Last of the old breed: Rolex Seadweller 4000 in 2009. The Deep Sea came out to replace the venerable Seadweller. One nifty part about the Seadweller is that it came with a Buhlmann algorithm dive table (the little card seen in the photo). Had to throw on the Maratac Zulu Nitrox wrist strap because the bracelet extension isn't long enough to go on the outside of a heavy 7mm wetsuit.

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  6. trenchgun

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    Omega Speedmaster Professional - Bought it new in the early eighties for 300 dollars!

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  7. edhillseo

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    Great watch pictures. Thanks for sharing what you wear.
     
  8. gatorboy

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    It's pretty nice
    Rip Curl SS with tide cycle.

    Nothing fancy, $250 or so. Strong and WP to 300'. I know what the tides are doing with a quick glance for surfing and fishing.

    I'm not a very big guy so many of the coolest looking watches I see these days are just too big for my taste. My brother is 6'2" and about 60# more than I am. He's got a lot of really cool watches that I would'nt wear. Oh well... Love to see all these great pieces. I'm always looking for an addition.
     
  9. certifiedfunds

    certifiedfunds Tewwowist

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    That's nice.

    You know, after 30 years cheap watches are just junk but watches like many people are displaying here often get better.
     
  10. Lone_Wolfe

    Lone_Wolfe Sandbox Refugee CLM

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    Want your $300 back? With interest?
     
  11. eric1

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    Rolex Submariner and GMT. I had a Stainless Rolex Daytona for a hot minute I sold it 2 days after getting it for $4000 profit!
     
  12. zackwatt

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    It's a great choice! I've been wearing mine everyday since 2005...
     
  13. fnfalman

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    Is that the MotoGP model?
     
  14. dhgeyer

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    I wear a cheap Timex these days.
     
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  15. RyanSBHF

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    Omega Seamaster 2254.50
    Seiko SKX779
    Seiko SKX009 (w/ Yobokies solid end link bracelet)
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    Citizen Nighthawk PVD
     
  16. devildog2067

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    Yobokies is the man!
     
  17. rugershooter

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    As another forum puts it, I am a bit of a WIS (watch idiot savant). I don't know why, but watches have always fascinated me.

    My usual day to day watch is a TAG Heuer Series 2000 "diver" that I bought way back in the early 90s with money made mowing lawns in the summer. I loved it then and I still do.

    I also wear a Seiko Pilot slide rule chrono from time to time. And of course the G-Shock has a place. I have a Tudor Submariner but for some reason I like it much more when it isn't on my wrist. There's a couple other Seikos and a Citizen automatic that I own but never wear as well.

    I'm going to have to bite the bullet and go with a Rolex at some point, just because it is wrong to love watches as much as I do and not own one. But it seems ridiculous how expensive they've become... and you can't buy the one I REALLY want new anymore. (The original GMT with Pepsi bezel... I watched too much Magnum PI.) I'm torn between a GMTII, the Submariner, and an Air King. We'll see, not like I plan on running out of time to get one soon.
     
  18. epilepticninja

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    I figure if you have a high-end watch, you better have a high-end car, high-end house, etc. to go with the watch. I wear a Sunnto.
     
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  19. fnfalman

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    What does the watch have to do with high end house or high end car?

    I don't like car and I don't like big houses. Why would I buy these things just to go with my watches?