which no fuss robust watch for Gnar*?
Somekind of Lorus, I have one thats slimline(doesnt protrude from your wrist)and as is less likely catch on rucksacks or tree branches as per my last one whilst having massive numbers which is good for viewing whilst riding.
Its also super reliable and accuarate so I use it to set my “good” watches when they stop.Posted 4 years agoCaptainFlashheartMember
I have one of these;
Utterly awesome bike watch. Has survived many, many crashes. Also gets used on the beach/boats etc. Sadly, it’s time to retire it, as strap is cracking up, and whatever magic was powering it is slowly coming to a death after about twenty years or so!
IIRC, it was about fifty quid when I bought it on a whim in an airport en route to a sailing holiday in Greece!Posted 4 years agonealyMember
I’ve got the slightly more expensive at £14 Casio W-86-1VQES but it’s got the proper “Electro-luminescent” backlight making it more handy for ninja work http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002U0KHPG/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_dp_ss_2?pf_rd_p=103612307&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B000J34HN4&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=0M6DQXW9BPNJDXWA4MJV
Posted 4 years agosurroundedbyhillsSubscriber
Not my actual wrist, or watch but the updated version. Spend the change on beer and chips.Posted 4 years agovincienupSubscriber
Casio AW80 for me. Way more complicated than required but has velcro strap (massive win over metal or resin bands for me) is reasonably waterproof and has actual luminuous moving hands with little digital display for stopwatch etc.
Cost about £16 from Amazon I think…Posted 4 years agocatfoodMember
Seiko Diver, simple, robust and definitely waterproof.Posted 4 years ago
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