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What watch do you wear?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Doran, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. Doran

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  2. Ken

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  3. Azagoth

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    Kahuna K1 Classic (Blue)
     
  4. thewanted

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    Ken, that watch is awesome. Can you provide a link to it on Seiko's site please?

    I don't have a watch :(
     
  5. Hyper

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    I dont, I use my phone.
     
  6. Sonea Fifer

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    One of these:

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    Just wait till Rotty gets in though :p
     
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  7. [TW]Fox

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    I don't wear a watch - but I really want an Omega Seamaster. I will wear a watch once I can justify the purchase of a Seamaster but probably not before :)
     
  8. cymatty

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  9. Doran

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    When I stopped using my phone, it was the most liberating moment of my life.

    I do wonder if watches are less popular nowadays, though, due to the ubiquitousness of mobile phones.

    I no longer have any phone at all.
     
  10. Mr Jones

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    Seiko 5, with blue Military strap.
    Cheap, reliable and cool :)
     
  11. Doran

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    The 2531.80.00 pictured what I have is the one to go for, because it is the most classic dial that is not distracted from like some of the newer designs and its briiliant value. With Omega's new coaxial range, everything is really expensive. The seamaster's rrp is now about £1800. You can pick up mine for about £6oo!
     
  12. Ken

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  13. thewanted

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    Thanks :) That design really doesn't look 10 years old!
     
  14. Doohickey

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  15. Rotty

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    The one I wear most

    Jaeger LeCoultre Master Commpressor Extreme World Chronograph

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    Others, some recently sold

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    Also had a Rolex Datejust, Omega SM, several Tags :eek:
     
  16. shauncr91

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    My phone.
     
  17. Ken

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    Is that box designed for kinetic watches? Do they spin? What are they called and where did you buy it? Thanks. :)
     
  18. Rotty

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    yes, it spins the watches at programmed intervals to keep them wound, its a Rapport quad watch winder, available on line an from many jewellers, the quad on ( like mine ) is about £500 RRP but discounts can be had
     
  19. lee32uk

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    A cheap sekonda :o
     
  20. RossG

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    I'll post some wrist shots tomorrow.