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  • Which watch do you wear the most???

    If you're a one watch guy... well... you don't have to answer. If you're a multi-watch guy, is there one that gets significantly more wrist time than the other?

    I've been wearing the bejeezus out of this one lately. I put it on without even thinking about others.
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    However, I wore this one yesterday... and couldn't have been happier.
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  • #2
    It would have to be this one....



    Still gets more wrist time than any other.

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    • #3
      By far the DC66...something like 29 days and counting.

      Actually...when I am not trying to prove that I am the "Master of My Domain" I alternate daily with my Mil-Shark and throw the SAR-D in once in awhile for variety. I really need a watch winder so that I am not so predictable.

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      • #4
        the aerospace that just arrived, but i know it will

        be my daily beater as it's replacing an earlier one that is being retired after 14 years

        and for the life of me, can't find the shots of the other aerospace,

        new one
        superman wears Chuck Norris pajamas

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        • #5
          Toss Up

          Originally posted by Erik K View Post
          If you're a one watch guy... well... you don't have to answer. If you're a multi-watch guy, is there one that gets significantly more wrist time than the other?
          Four get worn the most.












          The Breitling probably edges out the rest a bit because of it superior accuracy and fit in anywhere good looks.
          Most people check the time. I look at my watch. sigpic

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          • #6
            Well Lets Break it down abit (Hope this helps)

            Well I wear all my watches quite alot but this one has had alot more wrist time recently :-)



            This one doesnt get worn as much but love it all the same



            But ive been using the Tissot Seastar1000 Alot more recently im learning to love this watch.

            Breitling Superocean 1500M (He) Valv
            Omega SeMP 300M (He) Valv
            Citizen EcoZilla 300M (He) Valv
            Seiko SBBN007 300M (He) Valv
            Citizen Anniversairy Aqualand 200M
            Seiko SKX007 200M
            Orient 'BlueMako' 200M

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            • #7
              Thats a mean Selection there i love the X33 Speedmaster how do you find that watch?
              Breitling Superocean 1500M (He) Valv
              Omega SeMP 300M (He) Valv
              Citizen EcoZilla 300M (He) Valv
              Seiko SBBN007 300M (He) Valv
              Citizen Anniversairy Aqualand 200M
              Seiko SKX007 200M
              Orient 'BlueMako' 200M

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              • #8
                This one still gets the most wrist time

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                • #9
                  I rotate the wear of my watches quite a bit, but most definitely my Planet Ocean chrono gets the most wrist time.

                  Dave


                  You never know when you are going to have to go deep.sigpic

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                  • #10
                    I always liked that watch... &gt;&gt;&gt;

                    I've always wanted a "techy" (read: analog + digital capabilities) watch and the Aerospace has always been high on the list. The Tissot T-Touch is up there too, but the A-space is still #1.

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                    • #11
                      Those are 3 winners... &gt;&gt;&gt;

                      I've never seen that Omega before. How old is it? The Sub is evergreen. And the Tissot... that one's a sleeper; I never think of them, but am always intrigued when I see one. A solid value too.

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                      • #12
                        Really??? &gt;&gt;&gt;

                        I don't think of that one as a whichwatch watch. When I see Jones' or Port's I think whichwatch. But the Navitimer as a "player" in your rotation comes as a bit of a surprise.

                        Just when ya think ya know a guy...

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                        • #13
                          Probably..........

                          this one !



                          Kurt
                          "So Many Watches / So Little Time"

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                          • #14
                            Yes it a 25 + Year old Omega Seamaster 200M Professional Originally my dads and given to me, it was his diving watch, now these days it only sees the pool. Is very slim but solid very solid a great watch as for weight and ease of wearing, excellent and accurate, it also has a sunken caseback Attacthed is a pictre of this.

                            Breitling Superocean 1500M (He) Valv
                            Omega SeMP 300M (He) Valv
                            Citizen EcoZilla 300M (He) Valv
                            Seiko SBBN007 300M (He) Valv
                            Citizen Anniversairy Aqualand 200M
                            Seiko SKX007 200M
                            Orient 'BlueMako' 200M

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                            • #15
                              None of you danged business !

                              Or, none of your danged business.

                              Hey, its early.
                              Last edited by reelsmith.; 02-13-2007, 10:15 AM.
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                              Little Feat

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                              dean.

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