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Analog Hand Watch 208 59.94%
Digital Hand Watch 42 12.10%
Digital + Analog 30 8.65%
don't wear one 67 19.31%
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Old 31st Jul 2008, 20:02   #1
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Wrist Watches - show us yours!

Hey guys. How are you today? I hope fine

Do you prefer Analog Hand Watch or Digital Hand Watch ?

I prefer Analog Hand Watch

So what about you? join the poll and tell us and post photos if you can
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Old 31st Jul 2008, 20:20   #2
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well my digital watch imitates how a analog watch displays. so i don't know how to vote, because i like my analog watch but i like my digital more because it combines the two
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well my digital watch imitates how a analog watch displays. so i don't know how to vote, because i like my analog watch but i like my digital more because it combines the two
That is confusing

We need Digital + Analog choice
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I prefer my Binary watch, but I guess you class that as Digital.
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Old 31st Jul 2008, 20:39   #5
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I did analog but I only carry pocket watches, not wrist watches.
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Analogue wrist watches are generally better designed and more fashionable - and make up the top end of the market, whereas digital watches are sportier, cheaper more chuckable alternatives...

I have a Bape/Casio G-Shock for everyday use, and my dads old Rado to wear on occasions... but I chose analogue because it feels nicer. (I don't wear it everyday because its just too posh for me)
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Analogue all the way













But then I am biased


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Woot I got an idea.

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Analogue for me.. Any clock really..

But I much prefer a digital alarm clock.. I don't want to wake up and misread the time, as is much easier to do on an analogue clock.
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Woot I got an idea.

if you can Post a photo
I was editing as you were posting
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I've got one like this, I realy love it



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smashie You rock those watches are awesome, They are not New style but they are classic. I love them
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Looks awesome. And, you can annoy all those people who come up to you going, "what's the time?".
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A couple of quick pics:

How I go into town on Saturdays (about 1200 of watch there lads )

The legendary Bathing Ape (sorry for the blurriness, phone camera)
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LOL modgodtanvir 3 Watches in one hand. It looks like you are the king of the business. that can't wast a second or he will lose a billion

LOL BioSniper Your watch is really crazy. I love it and I don't have a clue how the hell it works or tell time

LOL Dark~3nergy Nice one. But those W - E - N - S, move automatically or what ? !
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I'm at work and dont have a camera with me. Here is my watch though
http://www.citizenwatch.com/COC/Engl...ber=JY0005-50E
I love it, my last one got a crack so I decided to get this one as I have always wanted it. And no, I didn't pay the price listed on the webpage.
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I'm at work and dont have a camera with me. Here is my watch though
http://www.citizenwatch.com/COC/Engl...ber=JY0005-50E
I love it, my last one got a crack so I decided to get this one as I have always wanted it. And no, I didn't pay the price listed on the webpage.
WOW Man I love that watch!!!! I can't wait to see photo with your hand. I really want to see it with hand

how much u paid for it then
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My pride and joy is a Baume et Mercier Capeland Chrono, though the Capeland line is now sadly discontinued :/

Other than that, my first real watch was a Citizen ProMaster Chrono, though the strap broke a few years ago and I've been unable to find one to replace it (the shoulder bit is missing) and I picked up a timex that was on sale from $90 to $7, as it would have been rude not to really.

I'd love to have a 6 figure sum at my disposal to build up a proper collection... Baume et Mercier Hampton Square, vintage Rolex Daytona Cosmograph, Zenith Chronomaster El Primero, vintage Monaco Heuer, IWC Pilot... make me go all fuzzy inside.
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