Any watch aficionados here?

Zach

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Everyone here appreciates fine tobacco....lets see how many of you appreciate fine timepieces!
Here's my pride and joy. Ive been wearing this watch for the last 4 years. The Ducati Chronograph made by Fortis. #913/1000. Fully automatic and with a Lemania 5100 movement, keeps wonderful time. :D

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Now show me whatcha got! :thumbs:
-Zach
 

gandolf565

CP Wizard. Watch as I make this cigar disappear!
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I have a Seiko Titanium chronograph. Great watch. Light, thin, not too flashy.
 

ggiese

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gandolf565 said:
I have a Seiko Titanium chronograph. Great watch. Light, thin, not too flashy.
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My wife rips on me constantly about this - I'm a watch freak. I love watches.

My everyday watch is the Seiko Kinetic Titanium.

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I love it for exactly the same reasons you do, gandolf!!! :thumbs: I'd also like to add that it is incredibly durable!!! I'm brutal on watches and this one takes a beating...

I've also got a Mavado SE (for dress)

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and a Rolex Submariner (my dad's watch)

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- but I don't like to wear those very often...
 

knightlaird

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Greetings! I have a Waltham day and date watch, which I have worn for the past 11 years. It is an excellent timepiece. I also have a very nice pocket watch, which I have not yet used. Regards, knightlaird
 

Lopaka

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Since I fly for the Air Force I normally wear a Citizen SkyHawk Eco Drive.

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When I go diving I use a Citizen Dive Master.

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For the more formal affairs I have a Soviet Komandirskie Submarinar. (mine a little different then the image but the face is identical)

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CalixEros

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I have a Movado Valor for my everyday watch, a Baume et Mercier Hampton Milleis for special occasions or whenever a I want a watch with a rectangular face, a Movado Esperanza for anything active where it may get damaged, and a couple others I don't really wear anymore.
 

smallg

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From my lovely wife :)

Oh, and a Skagen I hardly wear anymore.

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kro77

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I used to wear an Oris as my starter watch, now I have moved up to the Omega SMP GMT White Face like this:

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My other watch is my grandfathers Omega manual wind from 1951 which I am currently having refaced.

My Sport watch is a Sunto S6, great for skiing.
 

Wurm

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A Swiss Tissot Rock Watch in black granite for formal occasions that was given to me by my wife as a wedding present.

A Citizen Perpetual Calendar for work.

A Timex Explorer for when I'm out in the woods.
 

Double D

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Timex Expedition digital compas.Good and cheap so when i break it wife doesnt get so mad.
 

Gonz

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I've got a Tag, but I've got my eye on a nice Patek Phillipe.

And a Suunto Stinger for diving.
 

nhcigarfan

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I'm a Tag man myself. I couldn't find a picture of mine online so I will snap one and post it later.
 

tone-ny

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Yeah I have a few, Omega Seamaster, Tissot Seastar Sonorus, my dad's Longines 5 star Admiral and several Seikos a Hamilton, a Gucci and a ton of Timex Ironman watches.

I forgot I also have a Raymond Weil 5571.



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KayakinBoy

I was raised in the canebrake by an ol' mama lion
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I don't wear a watch anymore, but when I did it was this:

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Suunto X6. Used it when hiking.
 

thejollyco

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of course cc would have a retro 70's style watch.
old fart.

Mine is this:
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got it from my uncle, and it's powered by movement and has a transparent back, so it looks awesomeo. It's kind of banged up, mostly my fault.

you guys have way too much money :p and i like the caption.
 

chewbacco

darkside looks appealing...
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For the past several years I've been wearing a SEIKO Solar Diver's watch.

So far it's my most favorite watch.
No batteries, no worries.

I have tons of watches...SEIKO auto relay, several Titaniums Kinetics...but this Solar watch has been my most favorite.

I've been pretty lucky...my dad gifts me watches every couple of months.
 
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