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Can this watch be worn by a groom on a wedding night ?

 

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Can this watch be worn by a groom on a wedding night ?

Probably not a good idea, unless it's shock resistant (if things go well...) mwink[1].gif
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Wifes watch was running fast so put it on a demagnetizer

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Bling bling!

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That triple date window bugs the hell out of me...
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Bought myself this for my 25th birthday a couple months ago, kind of a crap picture but it's the best I got!

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For some reason unknown to me, I like the Top Gun IWC.

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PSA for people that think the standard JLC Reverso is a touch too small and the Grande size is a third too big: The Grande Ultra Thin is perfectly sized for a 7" wrist and does not look clunky/out of place. A couple millimeters makes a huge difference.
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Do you get in the water with it on? I always take my watch off when I get in the water or on the jet ski, would love to hear what you guys do.

know some of you consider the rolex submariner, and the likes, a beater watch but do you wear a less expensive watch, i.e. luminox, for outdoor activities?
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I don't get mine wet.  I take it off when I go in the water and when I play volleyball.

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Do you get in the water with it on? I always take my watch off when I get in the water or on the jet ski, would love to hear what you guys do.
know some of you consider the rolex submariner, and the likes, a beater watch but do you wear a less expensive watch, i.e. luminox, for outdoor activities?


I wear my Omega Planet Ocean in the water without issue......scuba diving, snorkeling, pool, etc.  I just rinse it off in fresh water afterwards.  That's what they're made for, after all. 

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Be careful where you leave it when you hit the beach volley circuit.  You can't trust those bikinis!

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Isn't that the point of a submariner lol?
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