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post #16 of 19

It should be covered. If your shirt sleeves aren't freakish long you should see your watch as soon as you bend your arm.

 

Other options:

- Agnellis style, as mentioned

- You need a bigger watch. U-Boat 50mm or something like that. If you decide to take this route you should, however, consider abandoning this forum I guess..

 

Good luck!

post #17 of 19

What if my shirt cuff is too narrow to cover my diver watch? My diver is thick and I dont normally wear shirts with cuffs that cover half of my palms.

post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by Bexcellence View Post

Should you tuck part of the sleeve underneath the watch so it always shows? Or just let the watch remain covered?

Are you really serious with this question?
post #19 of 19

If you're spending your time making sure that your watch is showing you:

 

A) Are a tool, and

B) Have a serious lack of more important things to be concerned with in your life.

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