What watch do you wear?

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  1. Geste

    Geste Senior member

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    I would recommend, highly, the Oakley "TimeMachine" watch series for casualwear, outdoor, and streetwear.

    A very rugged design, titanium, and with options for bands and colors. Their popularity is catching on quick. ($995. - $2,000. - the "bling, bling" edition.
     
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    dmash Senior member

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    I would recommend, highly, the Oakley "TimeMachine" watch series for casualwear, outdoor, and streetwear.

    A very rugged design, titanium, and with options for bands and colors. Their popularity is catching on quick. ($995. - $2,000. - the "bling, bling" edition.



    You've got to be kidding me. That watch looks HORRENDOUS in my opinion, not to mention the ridiculous price tag. [​IMG]
     
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    That's exactly the ONE I have - I will post a pic.
     
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    I would recommend, highly, the Oakley "TimeMachine" watch series for casualwear, outdoor, and streetwear.

    A very rugged design, titanium, and with options for bands and colors. Their popularity is catching on quick. ($995. - $2,000. - the "bling, bling" edition.


    Jesus if you're going to be a shill at least put a referral link in your post. Might as well get paid for it, you know?
     
  5. Geste

    Geste Senior member

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    ..point taken - THNX!
     
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    When did you get this?

    for some reason im not really thinking he has it. hes already posted about $30 grand worth of watches. if he actually does own them, he is cooler than you
     
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    for some reason im not really thinking he has it. hes already posted about $30 grand worth of watches. if he actually does own them, he is cooler than you

    Why wouldn't he own them?
    RFX is a cool guy but if you're measuring coolness by watches owned, I think you want to reconsider that assessment.
     
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    I didn't even know that statement was about me. [​IMG]
    He obviously haven't seen Zippy's watch colelction. [​IMG]

    And yes, I do own the J12 and I got the J12 probably 2 years ago.
    If I wanted to impress anyone, I think I would pick a much more impressive watch than the J12.
     
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    Why wouldn't he own them?
    RFX is a cool guy but if you're measuring coolness by watches owned, zippyh = god


    ftfy
     
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    Guys 20-30 I work with tell me they never wear watches and just use their cell phones to tell time.
     
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    Guys 20-30 I work with tell me they never wear watches and just use their cell phones to tell time.

    What's funny is I fall into that age range, always wear a nice watch, and check my phone for the time half the time, lol.
     
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    IWC 3717
    IWC Big Pilot 5002
    Breitling Superocean Steelfish

    Thinking about picking up an IWC Big Ingenieur soon...
     
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    IWC 3717
    IWC Big Pilot 5002
    Breitling Superocean Steelfish

    Thinking about picking up an IWC Big Ingenieur soon...


    If you have the wrist to wear it (I think it wears bigger than the BP, JMHO), go for it, it's an awesome watch! Also love the Ingenieur Vintage.
     
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    That's exactly the ONE I have - I will post a pic.

    I'd like to know if you'll still like it 6 months from now.
     
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    If you have the wrist to wear it (I think it wears bigger than the BP, JMHO), go for it, it's an awesome watch! Also love the Ingenieur Vintage.

    The Big Inge looks overwhelmingly bigger than the BP.
    Not my pic by the way.
    [​IMG]
     

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