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Analog Hand Watch 213 60.51%
Digital Hand Watch 42 11.93%
Digital + Analog 30 8.52%
don't wear one 67 19.03%
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Old 1st Aug 2008, 14:13   #41
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..I need to get my brain checked - I've been reading the wrong words all damn day.
Admittedly I did spell complements wrong on my original post (although it still wasn't complaints!)... not that you can tell now :whistles:
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Admittedly I did spell complements wrong on my original post (although it still wasn't complaints!)... not that you can tell now :whistles:
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I've just been running on empty for the last few days - Reading has become one hell of a challenge to get it right :B
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Old 1st Aug 2008, 15:08   #43
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http://www.zappos.com/n/p/dp/26890504/c/90302.html

It's a Tommy Hilfiger watch. I've had it for a few years. Durable and accurate, not too heavy, not too light. One of the things I liked most was the band. It's a great sport/casual and semi-dress watch.
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Old 1st Aug 2008, 16:04   #45
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very nice watch glaeken

It's for every day use like what you said. I like it how much it coast? and it comes in black too?
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It costs around 100 USD depending on where you get it. It does come in a black face.

http://www.amazon.com/Tommy-Hilfiger.../dp/B000BKICPE
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I prefer analoge. Here are my 2mot current ones.

My confuse the normal people watch.

http://www.tokyoflash.com/en/watches...ash/infection/

My Regular watch is a seiko chronograph. Nothing to fancy but i love it to bits.
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I don't wear one. I used to have an Animal Analogue one but I kept on breaking the chain..

Only thing I wear now is a year old, some what mangled Reading Braclet.
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KICKASS one lcdguy

Wow I really shocked from those kind of watches. People you have a really dam confusing watches AWESOME !
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Analogue wrist-watch all the way!

I've got this one (the picture has been snatched from the interwebs as I do not have my photobucket account at work, and this picture really does not do it justice). It is fully automatic and see-through, so I can actually watch the internal mechanisms as they are ticking away. I quite love it.

That's a beautiful watch - what brand? I doubt I'm going to be able to find anything like that here in the States. I've got an old Field and Stream I've had for 10 years now. Needs a new crystal face and battery now but it's good as ever.
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thanks, i am thinking about getting another one.
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its a digital watch, but not digital as in numbers or as in binary, the lights light up where the hands would of been if there was any. The great thing is i always get people asking how do you tell the time on it
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its a digital watch, but not digital as in numbers or as in binary, the lights light up where the hands would of been if there was any. The great thing is i always get people asking how do you tell the time on it

Darn you i wanted a fusion from TokyoFlash but it's discontinued, grrr
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I had cheapy Casios for ages, in fact I used my last on as a pocket watch for ages as the strap broke and I couldn't find a new watch to replace it with. Somehow spending 10 for a strap for a 15 watch didn't quite seem right...
I now have one of these

It is a lot nicer that the others I have had though it is quite a bit thicker.
now that I have got used to the analogue clock again I don't mind it at, though I still don't think it is as easy to read as a digital. I wouldn't want an analogue alarm clock though, that would be asking for trouble! Just the other day I was preparing for lunch and it was 12:05
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Darn you i wanted a fusion from TokyoFlash but it's discontinued, grrr
They have some great watches but some are just not readable. my favourite is this one.
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They have some great watches but some are just not readable. my favourite is this one.
I really like that new seiko they have on tokyo flashes site but at $950 bucks or 99,000 Y it's a little out of my price range.
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I really like that new seiko they have on tokyo flashes site but at $950 bucks or 99,000 Y it's a little out of my price range.
wow now that rules, shame i dont have 477.68 for a new watch
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My el cheapo Casio, which is now on the wrong arm, as I can't take photos with my left.

As much as I like Douglas Adams, I prefer digital watches.
Although I do have a pocket watch for special occasions
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