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    No these aren't. Good for 100 meters though, just can't play with the buttons.

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    Same one I've been sporting for almost ten years, a Casio Edifice. Can't seem to kill it.



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    I like a lot of the Edifice series and that one is no exception - very nice.
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    G-shock GW-4000

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABTOMAT View Post
    Great choice of watch for a Flashaholic !
    and it looks very nice on that strap too

    I got one 2nd hand from EDCF after my Traser started losing time
    my only complaint with it is the lume dims quickly

    Mine is still on the stock strap
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    Omega PO XL with original mesh bracelet

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    Tissot PRC 200

    The butterfly clasp leather strap is what sold me, even though nobody but myself can appreciate it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mags View Post
    Tissot PRC 200

    The butterfly clasp leather strap is what sold me, even though nobody but myself can appreciate it

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    Just recently acquired my first G Shock, a GW7900B-1. Absolutely awesome watch! I'll try to get a pic up later.

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    Had my Eco-Zilla on since my beater dive watch started acting up!!


    This is the one that's acing up (stopped for ten minutes )


    A couple more pics of the Zilla, I removed the rubber strap and fitted a pair of lugs so that I could put it on a Nato..


    It's a fair old lump!!


    Caseback...



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    my Shiny (ok, dull bead blasted) new watch (i wanted a TI watch that i could just strap to my wrist and not worry about)
    a Titanium Ecozilla

    its titanium, built like a brick outhouse (6mm crystal, protected by the rotating bezel) solar powered (citizens ecodrive movement)

    now i just need some strap adapters so i can put it on a different strap
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    Very cool!

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    New watch just showed up today--Citizen BN0100. Has that '70s Japanese diver look I like. You'll notice I'm not too creative when it comes to band choices.

    Oddly enough, the LED illumination is one of the things I don't like about the Casio. Every time I tuck in my shirt, put my hand in a pocket, or wear tight gloves it goes on. And if you're in the dark and want to read your watch, you end up with this spotlight in your face. The Citizen's lume actually is legible and works pretty well.

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    One of the most awesome digital watch made by Seiko

    Let there be light.

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    My tough-enough-to-put-nails-to-shame G-Shock GW-300 circa 2003(?). This watch has been through hell, decided it didn't see all of it the first time so it went back through again and somehow still works.

    It's nothing fashionable, I could go so far as to call it somewhat ugly. It's not expensive as I bought it on sale for 60 bucks because I was so very sick of destroying $90+ watches in 2 years and $30 watches in one. I'd heard that G-Shock's were "real tough" and since abusive doesn't even BEGIN to describe the environment I present to watches, I decided to try one. I was thrilled to see that it was rated for heavy vibration, impacts and even scuba diving (with full button operation too!) and of course have subjected it to all of the above and much, MUCH more if the battle scars don't make it's rough life evident

    -28 below zero, 109 degrees above, spent a night at the bottom of a lake in a fluorescent dive bag, baseball, motocross, assorted farm work, chainsaw operation, sledgehammer operation, frequent swimming/diving, mountain biking (complete with wipeouts), construction work, 2 car wrecks, simple drops while putting it on, etc... etc...; I'm not TRYING to kill it, but it's shrugged off all I've thrown at it like I was a rank amateur.

    Still worn daily and continues to be put through it's paces when I'm climbing and hiking, swimming, riding, fixing my car or just doing my job. Never been happier with a watch, ever. I promised myself I'd have another on order the same day if I ever manage to break this one, but I'm not going to hold my breath!

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    I wear a Rolex yatchmaster in stainless steel.

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    I have a G-Shock that was given to me by one of our members back in 05 or so. It did not have the case protector, or cover for illumination button. I wore it for awhile and then put it away for years. I pulled it out about 3 months ago and am having a new case/illumination cover put on it, black only, as mine was from the 90's, all made and assembled in Japan. Currently I use a G-2310R Solar G-Shock on rotation, and it seems tough as nails too. Made in China.

    Bill

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    This at the moment. Also ordered a GasGasBones strap for it.



    I also wear an orange Traser Diver and a GShock. Sometimes an old Seiko titanoum chronograph/alarm too.

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    From left to right: casual watch (G-Shock GA-110FC), smart watch (Seiko Orange Monster with Hirsch strap), work watch (G-Shock GW-3500BB).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumens Industry View Post
    Suunto Core military and a G-Shock GA100-1A1 XL, way cool watches for under $300


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    This is a great looking watch.

    Just had a question... how accurate are the temperature readings considering the sensor is on the underside rim of the watch? Wouldn't skin temperature skew the actual outdoor temperature?

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    All watches with temperature sensor will get affected by body temp when wearing it on your wrist. For accurate reading, you need to set the watch down for about 15 to 20 min.

    Quote Originally Posted by 8kGoodEnuff View Post
    This is a great looking watch.

    Just had a question... how accurate are the temperature readings considering the sensor is on the underside rim of the watch? Wouldn't skin temperature skew the actual outdoor temperature?

    Thanks.
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    Breitling Headwind.
    Love this watch, it's perfect for me.

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    Casio PAW-1500t
    My first watch over $150 and it's solid titanium goodness with way more than a watch needs. Hey, if we only had what we "needed" we wouldn't be flashoholics or any other obsessive collector of the things we want.

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    Casio GA-1000FC-1AER


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    Stainless Rolex Daytona today

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    My 1989 issued British Army CWC G10




    TagHeuer my wife gave me for my 40th.
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    no pics yet---I've been wearing a Casio GW-500A. Atomic Solar. Works Great, haven't had any problems, and the best part...No Batteries to buy

    Enjoy The Day

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