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    What watch are you wearing?

    I've turned into a watch nut of a sort in the past weeks, so I present the question, what watch is on your wrist?

    I already know DRD collects Rolexes, you don't have to tell me.

    Anywho, got two coming in:

    Fun



    Functional


    The Fortis is going to my dad for his birthday.

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    I wear a stone sundial strapped to my wrist, just like Fred Flintstone, the only problem is that it's hard to tell time at night.

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    I have a Seiko Titanium. I think it's a piece of crap. The date inside it moves when I walk, so it's useless. I'd like to get a G-shock.

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    Citizen diving watch.

    Strap is a pain in the ass, and so is the fact that it's solar powered. 2 days in the dark means you gotta reset the time, date, AND leave it in bright sunlight for a while.

    I just want a modest Rolex.
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    I've got an old Tag Heur diving watch my mother gave me back in 88 when I got out of boot camp, which I hardly wear though I cherish for the memories. My daily wear is a Rolex Date Just Two Tone Gold. I had a Rolex Submariner, was looking at collecting them too, but ended up giving it to a friend as a gift before I wore it. Looking sometime in the future for a Yachtmaster II.
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    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".

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    I don't like watches. I have a cel phone, so I don't need to carry a watch.

    I'm weird about things on my forearms, I'll roll up sleeves if I have a choice. Such trapping interfere with the way chi courses through my body when I manipulate my kegel.

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    Originally posted by keinhaar

    I just want a modest Rolex.
    Heh, don't we all?

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    Originally posted by KC Elbows
    I don't like watches. I have a cel phone, so I don't need to carry a watch.

    I'm weird about things on my forearms, I'll roll up sleeves if I have a choice. Such trapping interfere with the way chi courses through my body when I manipulate my kegel.
    I used to think that way until I realized that 1. it's a pain in the ass to rifle through my pockets and drag it out 2. I think a good watch is one of those essential things that all men should have and carry. I also just think that watches fucking rule. There is just something about a mechanical watch that is amazing to me. Especially an automatic watch. It's like you have to wear it in order for it to live.

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