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  1. #1
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    Daily Wear Watches

    I've always been a fan of the Citizen Skyhawk as a daily wear watch. That is why I have two: a stainless Blue Angel and a regular one in black. Never need to worry about a battery, time is always correct since it is radio controlled, and switching time zones is a breeze (this is something I do almost daily since I am never in the same city very long). What is your daily wear watch?

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    Ulysse Nardin Maxi marine Rose Gold.


  3. #3
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    Dig the rose gold. I'd like to add both a rose gold and a carbon watch to my collection. There was actually a beautiful combination watch of rose gold and carbon that I saw at Phipps Plaza in Buckhead ATL last month. The name slips my mind at the moment. It was perfection, though.

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    Nothing compared to you guys but I have a Longines HyrdoConquest

    Last edited by Tom607; 05-01-2013 at 04:49 PM. Reason: UPDATE PHOTO INNIT

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    for a daily I think panerai is a classic that looks good casual or dressed up.


    Tried posting the pic but its not showing up

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    ^^^ Use photobuck to something similar thats how I upload the pics, just copy the URL

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    Mine :-)


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    Dont have any yet but seriously considering treating myself to a used rolex in the coming weeks if i do not book a vacation this year..
    Wouldnt mind a rolex similar to this but I think this model is out of my price range
    My dream watch however

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    Above rolex is less than 3K used..Read the EBook TIC TOC

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    Honestly I always thought Oysters where at least aroudn the 6k mark.. Im only planning on spending 2000-2500 gbp

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    I daily an old TAG Formula One right now. Looking into the new Lum-TEC m-Bronze out in a few months. I can;t swing a big boy watch right now, so I'll have to wait on some of the other I'd like.

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    I am digging that AP

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    its lovely my mate owns one think he paid 25k gbp for it though .. Alot of cash for a time piece.. Especially when I use my iphone as my clock lol

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    Obviously no where near as nice as your guys, nor do I have the exotic car to match... But someday

    Vestal De Nova


  16. #16
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    I sport a Citizen Nighthawk - it'd been YEARS since I wore a watch, but this summer I decided to start wearing one again.

    Oddly enough it's more convenient than my phone. A phone you have to dig out of your pocket, hit the button and look at. A watch, just glance.


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    I am currently restoring a WWII Laco

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    Im 17 years old, this was left in a safety deposit box for when I was 6. I received it a year and a bit ago, and look at it's toll, time really does take its toll. It's a discontinued edition, but it was a beauty. Poor thing. That's the nicest one I've had, but my dream is a Patek Philippe Ref 5016P.
    Last edited by Braeden Grealy; 10-30-2013 at 01:44 AM. Reason: Photo edit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPMike View Post
    I am currently restoring a WWII Laco

    NICE an original pilot watch. Would love to see how it comes out.

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    My daily driver is a Panerai PAM 297. The movement is the valjoux 7750 which is a tank of a movement. I have several straps for it and they take about 30 seconds to switch out so it is the most versatile watch I have.

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    I hate the huge watch trend going on right now. I also dislike metal bands. I need minimalist yet still usable every single day.


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    Just out of interest, how many of you have watch boxes/cases? If so, I'd love to see some pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curtis.McCorquindale View Post
    Just out of interest, how many of you have watch boxes/cases? If so, I'd love to see some pics
    I got a simple 8 watch case off amazon, nothing special.

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    I have them for my panerai and maurice lacroix but I would have to dig them out. The maruice lacroix box was cool, but nothing compared to the panerai

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    I usually wear sports watch like garmin since I do running most of the time and this style is also nice for casual attire.

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    Current daily wearer = Bell & Ross Big Date BR01-96 in rotation with a Ulysse Nardin 18K Rose Gold Maxi Marine Diver.

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