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What watch do you wear?

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

  1. djjuk

    Hitman

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    Location: South West

    Back to this one today...

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  2. scrivz69

    Wise Guy

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    Location: York

    I have just bought a Seiko SKX009J and I love it. I don't get a chance to wear my seamaster much so just wanted something I could chuck on and not worry about.
     
  3. hughtrimble

    Mobster

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    Great little watches those. Work very well on lots of different straps too.
     
  4. scrivz69

    Wise Guy

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  5. tek81

    Wise Guy

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    Just put a NATO strap on this; better in the summer as it doesn't result in sweaty wrists and it's a lot more comfortable when swimming.

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  6. hughtrimble

    Mobster

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    Pro Hunter DLC a Mil and then double the RRP? Blimey!
     
  7. Van Diemen

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    New & very pleasant surprise incoming today:

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  8. Rikki

    Wise Guy

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    Location: Glasgow, Scotland

    Love it - but wont the nato rub away the DLC/PVD ?
     
  9. tek81

    Wise Guy

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    The watch has been through hell since I was given it five years ago, and it still doesn't show any signs of wear to the finish, so I'm assuming it'll be ok. Just to be safe though, I've ordered an official NATO from Prohunter as this one's a bit crap.
     
  10. panthro

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    Are you on this list?

    http://www.discoverprohunter.com/en/owners/
     
  11. Rikki

    Wise Guy

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    Location: Glasgow, Scotland

    Impressed! Ive never seen a DLC / PVD watch stand up.
     
  12. panthro

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  13. hughtrimble

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  14. panthro

    Capodecina

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    That's very true actually but I've never seen correctly applied DLC wear, and if it does then it's most likely down to poor preparation.
     
  15. JAYZ303

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    None.
     
  16. Rikki

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  17. Spit

    Soldato

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    Location: Yorkshire

  18. hughtrimble

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    Watchfinder will never be a good buy. Over priced with shady practices such as holding back spare links and selling them on eBay.
     
  19. Spit

    Soldato

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    Posts: 6,255

    Location: Yorkshire

    Where is best to buy then?
     
  20. Rikki

    Wise Guy

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    For that, walk into any Omega dealer and if they have it in stock try it on. Hum and haw a bit, rub your chin then say its a bit too pricey. See if they bite. Or say youve seen it cheaper online. See if they bite. Do this around now / end of the month when targets are key.

    You should get a deal.

    Or...

    https://www.jomashop.com/omega-watch-210-32-42-20-03-001.html