[QUOTE=Justin0505;44036]Ha, yeah this post really needs a price range. If there is one hobby that will make collecting knives look cheap and reasonable, it's watches.
Right you are, there is no doubt that I would get a Rolex, if the funds allowed it, I have had my eye on the Explorer 2 for some time after it got the Ed Vistures thumbs up, but alas, my limit for a work watch would be 200.00.
try www.sportsmansguide.com they always have cool watches for good prices.
I have a Movado I like.
Very comfortable. Easy to forget you are wearing it.
This is the one I have. Wasn't too expensive. Around $200 or so if I remember correctly.
This was from back in the day when I had a real job and wore a suit to work.
Now it's no watch, jeans and t-shirt.
Ya, butt what TIME is it??
looks like 10-ish
BTW the extra t in your spelling makes it look like you are calling me names.
That's ok, I've been called worse by my boss.
It's a secret handshake.......
Now I am really confused.
Originally Posted by SpikeC
Does this have something to do with the Purina diet?
List price on this one is only $20,000 but you could probably talk them down a bit.
Mine is nearly 30 years old now.
Originally Posted by macmiddlebrooks
Never been serviced, still keeps great time (for an auto), and I have beat the snot out of it.
Heat, cold, fresh and salt water, wrenching on cars, blue collar work, camping, hunting, you name it.
Still looks great.
Awesome bullet proof movement...