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When I clicked on this, I 100% expected to tell you to get something else. After looking at the specs though, it actually isn't a bad choice. The dial is relatively clean and simple, very versatile in fact. The glass is sapphire and the watch is 100 M water resistant, two things I always look for in any sort of daily watch. You also know the movement is made by Seiko, which means you will know who can service it. The only thing I hesitate about is that while Seiko is...
Seoul I believe. Honestly, it takes them awhile (8-10 weeks), but it is worth it when it arrives.
....but the silver....it is so good...
I honestly can't see a better lining for a leather jacket than Bemberg.
Pretty sure Nil is 6' 4" and 205 lbs (ish) and a size large peacoat fit him. So a large duffle ought to fit you.Conceptionist is correct in his statements, but I am not sure I agree with his initial advice. You probably have the muscle there, you just can't see it due to your % bf. You might try something like p90x as a cutting program. Essentially you want to workout, but with a bit of a caloric deficit. However, if you do want to get big/muscular, then follow what...
The leather band is a nice touch on a Seiko, I haven't seen to many like that. For a casual watch, pick whichever you like best. If you really want an opinion, I prefer the all black.
Just get a full leather, they are superior.
I'm on week 16 . It has to be soon lol.
One of my hangups for getting an MDR was it looked like a younger person's jacket and I wouldn't be able to really pull it off in my 30's (I'm 27). It would appear I just got served.
From a versatility standpoint, you really couldn't do much better than the 44mm viewmatic. It is clean enough for more formal attire, but looks fine with casual. It is also highly water resistant and durable so you don't have to baby it. I would highly recommend.
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