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    None

    I’m rarely interested in knowing more than the approximate time

    A cheap Casio (£25 ish) & only for work where I need to know the time. Very rarely wear my other watch.

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    rip curl tidemaster.

    bought it about 15yrs ago and its still going.

    don simon
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    Casio G Shock, because I’ve just bought it.

    saladdodger
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    none at the mo if I do it is a ceramic Rado

    Why cos I am worth it 😉

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    Work- Nixon rotor log in wood finish. Looks cool and no other reason.
    Pleasure- Casio G shock. Nothing needs to be said.

    Elfinsafety
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    £12.99 one from Decathlon. 😀

    wrightyson
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    Skin past bone at the moment, just bought a rubber strap ( 😉 ) for my real watch to make it more “wearable”

    higgo
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    What: Skagen
    Why: I like the look of it, it’s comfy and it tells the time.

    surazal
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    Casio G-Shock.

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    swatch – really, it’s got a leather strap and a tasteful pale face, not what you’d expect from swatch…

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    Fossil, also have a Tag, a Tissot, an Animal and a Casio. I like watches me.

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    Casio G-Shock, ‘cos it’s cheap, strong and not bling.

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    imnotamused
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    Fossil – analogue with date and metal strap, classic yet up to date styling, and I got it 30 quid cheaper than the best price I could find just by asking for a discount in the shop!

    PeterPoddy
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    None

    Theres clocks EVERYWHERE so who needs one anyway?

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    Simon – Member

    Casio G-Shock, ‘cos it’s cheap, strong and not bling.

    +1

    seanoc
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    CWC – issued.

    MrBlond
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    Stowa. Because.

    _tom_
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    Blackberry in my pocket.

    Elfinsafety
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    Theres clocks EVERYWHERE so who needs one anyway?

    I do, to:

    Time myself at swimming
    Check the time when I’m out on the bike and can’t see a clock anywhere
    Check the time when I can’t see a clock anywhere, like, on the Tube or a bus or something

    Quite useful actually. And there aren’t as many clocks around as there used to be. Cos more people have watches/mobile ‘phones and that.

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    Citizen Eco-Drive. Ticked all the boxes and was being sold for silly money.

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    G Shock for riding and Tag for everything else.

    Got the Tag 11 years ago when my son was born and fulfilled a life long want. And it was ultimately cheaper than buying a fake every year from the looky-lookys on holidays.

    G Shock is an excellent watch. Looks good and is tough as old boot. No idea what half the things on it do though….

    djglover
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    Garmin Forerunner 110. Because it measures my runs and tells the time.

    It needs charging up about every week or two but its a great watch

    NikNak7890
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    kimbers – Member

    Simon – Member

    Casio G-Shock, ‘cos it’s cheap, strong and not bling.

    +1

    +2

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    Suunto. A lot more expensive than your Casios, but not in the same league as the posh watches. Tells me how hard I’m working, how much I’ve climbed, how fast I’m going (not that useful sitting in the office, but I cba changing watches to do sport).

    loddrik
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    Ebel Cassic Hexagon Power Reserve.

    Because it is a stunning watch.

    I also have a Swatch Metal but dont wear it much

    sofaking
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    Torgoen- why not

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    G-Shock for biking, camping and stuff.

    Nixon for work and disco dancing.

    Late Grandads 35 year old Rotary for posh.

    yunki
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    none man.. cos time is just a way that the man enslaves you man.. and that timepiece on your wrist is just a symbol of your obedience to the man.. man..
    and if you have an expensive timepiece it just shows the level of your subservience to the man.. like the amount of time you were willing to sacrifice to the man in your attempt to look like the man.. man

    man up ferchrissakes and stare mystically at the sky like a real man does when he wants to know what time it is..

    man

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    MWC G10 – not issued

    mrmo
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    Swatch Irony Chrono, it works what else does a watch need to do?

    clubber
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    Citizen Eco drive as I trashed every other watch I’ve had within a year so thought I’d try spending a bit more. Got it for £85 from Argos down for £150 so seemed worth a go. I’ve managed to chip the glass after about a year though it still works fine and doesn’t leak.

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    A Seiko that was given to me for a birthday by my parents back in the 1980s. It’s got a very subtle class to it that I like: extremely thin profile, black leather strap, white face with Roman numerals.

    It was in the $400 range even then.

    Not that it matters… 😉

    allthepies
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    Seiko Titanium

    “because I’m worth it…”

    IWC Aquatimer for everything.

    Fancy Sunnato tho for riding

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