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post #151 of 358
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Originally Posted by Hermitedge View Post
You should post a pic of yours, I'd love to see what kind of band you got going on... or just another shot of the one I posted.

Here's a horribly blurry shot, but it's as good as it gets w/ my iPhone.



you'll notice the little metallic frame for the date is missing. I dropped my watch on some concrete surfaces a couple times and it popped out. I just had the watch guy remove it altogether.
post #152 of 358
see I was right, even works perfectly on houndstooth! I think I'm probably going to go with a black stitched strap for sure.
post #153 of 358
I like Seiko watches. They just work year after year and take just about anything you can put them through. I need a new dive watch and this is the one I'm eyeballing.
post #154 of 358
OK, here's my new one. The biggest problem with it is that my Stowa Antea has all but been put out to pasture.

post #155 of 358
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
I've fallen in love with this Seiko from Seiya Japan:

http://www.seiyajapan.com/product/S-...z_SBCM023.html

Superb watch for the price. I'll be getting one

NICE!!!

I first stumbled on this watch after seeing 0bscur1ty where his in the WAYWT thread, and I was instantly interestred. I did more research and kept comparing--only to want it more and hear nothing but good things about it.

I've had mine for maybe two months, and I want to (and do) wear it every day.

Oh, and its accuracy shouldn't be questioned, it laughs at you and says, "don't worry about it."
post #156 of 358
I forgot to mention that after a solid two weeks, mine is 20 seconds ahead.
post #157 of 358
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Originally Posted by grimslade View Post
OK, here's my new one. The biggest problem with it is that my Stowa Antea has all but been put out to pasture.


Looks really nice on you, grim. Nice shot there.

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Originally Posted by zeero3
NICE!!!

I first stumbled on this watch after seeing 0bscur1ty where his in the WAYWT thread, and I was instantly interestred. I did more research and kept comparing--only to want it more and hear nothing but good things about it.

I've had mine for maybe two months, and I want to (and do) wear it every day.

Oh, and its accuracy shouldn't be questioned, it laughs at you and says, "don't worry about it."

Your welcome comments just make me want it all the more as well, zeero
post #158 of 358
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
Looks really nice on you, grim. Nice shot there.


Thanks, Frank.
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post #160 of 358
Second one doesn't look bad. First is
post #161 of 358
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Second one doesn't look bad. First is

Needed a cheap sports watch. The first is what my friends recommended. Maybe I need new friends...
post #162 of 358
That all depends on your friends. If they fly then it's a good choice.
post #163 of 358
DO WANT. I think I like this most out of the three military Seikos, but a 41mm would look big on my puny wrist. Does anybody own this piece?
post #164 of 358
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Originally Posted by grimslade View Post
I forgot to mention that after a solid two weeks, mine is 20 seconds ahead.
That's very good for an automatic watch. Most are out by closer to a minute in that time period.
post #165 of 358
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Originally Posted by Hermitedge View Post



DO WANT. I think I like this most out of the three military Seikos, but a 41mm would look big on my puny wrist. Does anybody own this piece?
How puny? If it's 6.25" or larger, a 41 mm. diameter case would probably work OK. These days 41 mm. is not considered big; we see 45 mm. and up in many watches. The current fashion in this regard seems to be bigger, and big watch faces on men's wrists are becoming commonplace.
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