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    Buying a watch.

    I'm really considering buying a new watch, but I just dont know if I would wear it enough. It would be in the $400 range and wouldn't even be worn at work. Do many people even wear watches that often anymore? I'm I being foolish for getting this stuck in my mind??



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    Last edited by Wx4Cy; 08-04-2011 at 10:32 PM.

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    Re: Buying a watch.

    go buy a $10 one from walmart thats water proof



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    I think a watch is the one accessory that a man can and should have. Wearing a watch shows a sense of style and punctuality. Whether you want to buy a $400 watch is up to you, but my $40 Shimano works pretty well.



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    This is the one I was thinking about.



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    Quote Originally Posted by cyadict View Post
    I'm really considering buying a new watch, but I just dont know if I would wear it enough. It would be in the $400 range and wouldn't even be worn at work. Do many people even wear watches that often anymore? I'm I being foolish for getting this stuck in my mind??

    If you want to show off the money at least do it with style.




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    Re: Buying a watch.

    Quote Originally Posted by cyadict View Post
    This is the one I was thinking about.
    Nice but do yourself a favor and at least look at the Skagen's before you buy.



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    I wear a watch everyday, I don't like using my cellphone to tell time. I work with my hands a lot for my job and my watches tend to get beat up quickly, a watch allows me to check the time without putting down my wrench and stuffing my greasy hand into my pocket or all over my phone.

    I think watches are awesome and they are one of the few legit ways for a man to show some bling.


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    Re: Buying a watch.

    Get a calculator watch!! I've always wanted one!



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    A friend of mine from high school is starting a watch company, Red Sea Watches. If you are a "watch person," check them out.

    RedSea Dive Watches


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    Re: Buying a watch.

    Victorinox (Swiss Army)



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    I'll second skagen


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    Re: Buying a watch.

    I love my Skagen. Stylish but inexpensive.



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    I have a Citizen that I like a lot, although I don't have much to compare it to, my only other watch before this was a Fossil. It's the Eco-Drive so it doesn't have a battery, which I like.



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    Re: Buying a watch.

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    I have a Citizen that I like a lot, although I don't have much to compare it to, my only other watch before this was a Fossil. It's the Eco-Drive so it doesn't have a battery, which I like.
    Funny that I was going to say Fossil as well, until I saw the $400 price range. Fossil is great if you're looking in the $100 range, but for that kind of money you can do a lot better than Fossil. If I were looking to drop serious coin on a watch I'd probably do Citizen EcoDrive as well.


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