Viewing 40 posts - 121 through 160 (of 204 total)
  • What make of watch are you wearing?
  • Premier Icon mrnmissespanda
    Subscriber

    So g-shock wearers, what on earth is the difference between the G2900f-1v and the G2900-1a.

    I am tempted to get one due to the tales of indestructibility.

    cheers

    panda

    Police –

    Premier Icon bakey
    Member

    Oris

    Premier Icon crispo
    Subscriber

    TAG Link Calibre S – Amazing birthday present

    gazc
    Member

    cheap casio, do have a nice seiko somewhere but it died i keep forgetting to get it fixed

    Hadge
    Member

    I wear a Seiko Sportura or TAG F1 for work and I’ve also a collection of other TAG’s I wear for everything else.

    Premier Icon ononeorange
    Subscriber

    IWC at work (Mrs Ononeorange bought it for me and I love it)

    Casio watch for £10.42 when on the bike / hitting things with a hammer.

    Premier Icon Murray
    Subscriber

    1970s Bulova Accutron tuning fork watch. It was the first electronic watch but uses a tuning fork instead of quartz crystal. And it’s cool because it was my dad’s.

    mikertroid
    Member

    Nickf

    I don’t find the Sub comfortable when riding TBH. Recent experience seems to prove that wearing a cheaper watch is a good idea; I seem to be a frequent visitor to A&E!

    jimc101
    Member

    Traser H3 Code Blue

    soma_rich
    Member

    Some kind of G-Shock:

    boneidle
    Member

    Breitling navitimer world.

    Premier Icon kiwijohn
    Subscriber

    An old Animal “Surfers Against Sewage”.

    piha
    Member

    Breitling Seawolf for biking,swimming,walking etc

    Breitling Olympus for good.

    mustard
    Member

    Ti Animal one an ex bought me about 6 years ago that’s chunky, reasonably light and properly wwaterproof.

    Or when not doing any sport or going to get soaked at work, a Nixon with a big leather strap.

    Feel kinda naked without a watch on.

    sweepy
    Member

    If you want to know the time, ask a policeman.

    Breitling Avenger Skyland all the time except for stuff like biking, DIY etc

    Premier Icon willyboy
    Subscriber

    Casio W-86

    £12 of digital wonder. 5 years old and going strong

    Suunto – it’s what distinguishes my herd.

    anonymouse
    Member

    Plain black swatch with leather strap.

    Premier Icon CountZero
    Subscriber

    None – don’t often wear a watch as I’ve always got my phone with me and it shows the time.

    See, this is what I don’t understand. Unless you’re one of those terminally tragic saddo’s who go everywhere with their bloody mobile clenched in their sweaty fist, to prove to everyone just how cool they are, it takes far, far longer to take a phone out of your pocket, wake it up, and look at the screen, whereas if I want the time, especially if I’m riding the bike, it takes one second to glance at the watch, two if I have to move my sleeve. What’s so difficult about that?

    Premier Icon BillMC
    Subscriber

    A bit of a rare one: Holos Lancaster

    http://www.vintagemilitarywatches.com/?pg=view&id=833

    Oakley

    Because I like it!

    Premier Icon willard
    Subscriber

    Timex Ironman of some sort. Because it is cheap, works and has the iniglo stuff that looks coool in the dark.

    Titanium Citizen Eco-Drive

    It’s Titanium, it’s solar powered, it looks a bit like an altimeter and its price in Goldsmiths happened to match the amount of Tesco clubcard vouchers I had to spend 😆

    Premier Icon fadda
    Subscriber

    Suunto x-lander here…

    Dawnrazor
    Member

    Animal W0002, still going strong after nearly 20 years. A few battery changes mind 🙂

    Crell
    Member

    Panerai or a Polar

    druidh
    Member

    Given you can get a cheap, functional digital watch for a fiver, anything else is just jewellery for the metrosexuals.

    MrGFisher
    Member

    Hamilton Khaki Field Auto

    Premier Icon RS4KEV
    Subscriber

    rip curl tidemaster.

    bought it about 15yrs ago and its still going.

    Same here, survived everything I can throw at it

    don simon
    Member

    Given you can get a cheap, functional digital watch for a fiver, anything else is just jewellery for the metrosexuals.

    Exactly, and don’t you just love it? Will a 5 quid digital keep as good time as a more expensive radio controlled watch?

    infidel
    Member

    U-boat left hook when I’m not at work – it’s unusual and I like it. Seiko kinetic arctura and a decathlon heart rate monitor one plus some others.

    I tell the time by the topics on here.
    This one comes around every 4.45 months. By triangulating with the last appearance ‘where does your username come from’ and ‘should we split the UK’, combined with when someone last posted a video of Danny Madskills and how long RudeElfinFredBra’s latest incarnation has been on here I can be accurate to within 2 or 3 minutes.

    😀

    GW-3500B-1AER 😉

    157 posts makes this my most popular thread. It seems STWers like talking about watches. I’ll resume my market research in 4.45 months 😉

    allthepies
    Member

    I elected a nice Seiko over a G-shock as I’m no longer 12 years old.

    Storm Hydron

    don simon
    Member

    I elected a nice Seiko over a G-shock as I’m no longer 12 years old.

    I elected a nice G-shock over a Seiko as I wanted to a watch to keep time.

Viewing 40 posts - 121 through 160 (of 204 total)

The topic ‘What make of watch are you wearing?’ is closed to new replies.