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    Quote Originally Posted by ContractKiller View Post
    I don't wear watches much but I do have a small collection of watches that my wife has given me as gifts over the years we have been together. My prized possession is a Beaumont pocket watch that has been passed down in my family since before WW1. It's solid silver, absolutely beautiful and amazingly it still works. I've only carried it once and that was my wedding, other than that stays in my safe. If I have a son it'll be passed on to him, otherwise I will probably be buried with it.
    That's fuckin cool.
    I'd love to see a picture of it.

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    I bling myself out with nice firearms and knives. I'll sport a $60 G-shock but tote a $1,000 firearm most the time.

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    hamilton



    u-boat



    i also have a few bullshit g-shocks and nixon's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramzilla View Post
    Here's mine


    Ok not really. I am badass and just tell time by the sun.
    When I was logging years ago, the guys used to think I could tell accurate time by looking at the sun, I would lift my hat off my head and look at the sun and give the time.. I had a old watch glued to the inside front of my hard hat. took them awhile to figure it out.

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    my "collection" has grown



    for those fancy times...





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    Citizen makes cool Eco Drive watches. Powerd by the sun. I have had my for almost 12 years on the same battery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdmelnick View Post
    Citizen makes cool Eco Drive watches. Powerd by the sun. I have had my for almost 12 years on the same battery.
    i was under the impression that EcoDrives dont use a battery but instead a capacitor

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    They have whats called a half life battery. there is a battery that eventually will die of old age, but its recharged by light. at least thats how it was explained to me.

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    Thats an awesome looking bulova REV, Very nice. Will have to look into the Eco watch sounds intresting.

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    I can't leave my house with out my watch on .If i forget it i will turn around and go back to the house for it . I feel naked without one . I have been wearing them since high school im 41 now . I have a few of them .. My G shocks are my everyday watch .. have Bulova, Invicta, fossil , Swiss army , The wife has 2 Rolex's . Im holding out for a Omega . But i would rather have a panhead then a watch any day .. Funny we all carry a watch in our pockets too . (cell phone ) hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse13 View Post
    I can't leave my house with out my watch on .If i forget it i will turn around and go back to the house for it . I feel naked without one . I have been wearing them since high school im 41 now . I have a few of them .. My G shocks are my everyday watch .. have Bulova, Invicta, fossil , Swiss army , The wife has 2 Rolex's . Im holding out for a Omega . But i would rather have a panhead then a watch any day .. Funny we all carry a watch in our pockets too . (cell phone ) hahaha
    it drives me up the fucking wall to see a man, asked for the time and wearing a watch, pull their phone out. I had a kid at work ask me the other day what time it was and I showed him my watch, figuring he could read it and gather the needed info. instead the dumbshit asked to see my cell...

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    I have an Omega Seamaster that I wear all the time. It's sustained all sorts of abuse. I arced it on my battery enough to fuse some of the links in the bracelet together. Didn't faze the movement. However, it burnt the fuck out of my wrist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterson13 View Post
    I have an Omega Seamaster that I wear all the time. It's sustained all sorts of abuse. I arced it on my battery enough to fuse some of the links in the bracelet together. Didn't faze the movement. However, it burnt the fuck out of my wrist!
    Did the same thing to my explorer 2, kept on ticking.

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    since i started riding a few months ago i got tired of being sketchy and pulling out my phone to see the time. so i picked this watch up.
    for 45 bucks i love it. "the weekender"
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    Ah crap... I guess I have to jump into this one...

    My '84 Tag Heuer Pilot


    My Soviet comrades


    Mido Multiforte Limited


    ...and my two that I wear daily: Luminox Atacama and a G-Shock Radio Solar

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    you have really good taste man.

    whats the story with that tuna can soviet? (2nd from right)

    love the tag and the luminox

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    My latest acquisition. early 1970s Longines Admiral 5-star automatic.


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    i upgraded:


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    Got a Marathon GSAR used a few years back, got poor and sold it, then got a brand new one a year ago. I like it so much I don't even think about getting another watch. US Government marked, self winding by movement.



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    too outlaw hardcore for my tastes

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