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    Good idea. So good, someone had it awhile ago
    http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums...Watches/page66

    And I am a big fan of: http://www.chase-durer.com/ for the under $1,000 range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattfink View Post
    Good idea. So good, someone had it awhile ago
    http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums...Watches/page66
    ok, fail. i was only searchin the OT-forums for a thread about watches...

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    This blog has a quite a following and good reviews on watches - http://www.ablogtowatch.com/

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    how about luminox? they are not that expensive and have the mil look
    http://www.luminox.com/watches/

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    Casio G Shock watches are great. I have the mudman and have no complaints. It's a good digital watch for under the $200 price range.

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    Swiss Military been my fav. Since 2008.

    Although I dream about a Tag Heuer worth 4500$

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    Quote Originally Posted by 601TΠ View Post
    there are many options but if you want quality and good function for years you should seek a SEIKO or CITIZEN automatic in this range price

    I concur. My father had a Seiko watch that he had worn for 30 years. 30 years before he spent a month's salary for that watch, but it was a good investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sootan View Post
    I concur. My father had a Seiko watch that he had worn for 30 years. 30 years before he spent a month's salary for that watch, but it was a good investment.
    My father also bought a 74 Seiko 5 sports at that time, still works without any service all these years. I gave him a new Seiko 5 as a gift and i am going to send it for a little restore work to the old one.

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    Some watches i do like and hopefully i will buy some of them at some point:











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    Quote Originally Posted by Fallap View Post
    Swiss Military been my fav. Since 2008.
    Same for me. I have this one: http://www.amazon.de/Swiss-Military-.../dp/B000WCPWL8



    The tritium illumination is just great. I would never want a watch without it again.
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    Nice, cheap watch. I'm happy with it
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    any ideas on this watch??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mo View Post
    any ideas on this watch??

    luminox...

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    Without any doubt...wenger! Wenger and vitorinox are the two factories who build the "swiss knife" (wenger could'nt do it anymore since last week, only victorinox is official swiss knife builder now) but anyway wenger is "redirected" as special products...in them you can find backpack shoes etc...and watches. there is a serie nomed "commando" with a lot of styles. (for me the best and the greatest is the swiss raid commando edition see below:and you've got the "squadron" they are great too!
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    I bought this recently, really nice. It was in this Citizen ''diving'' case.


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