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    What do you have on your wrist?

    just got this back from being serviced by Rick Littlefield of piecesoftime.net. I couldn't be happier with it. There was a big dent on the clasp, hence the photo of the re-finished clasp. 1968 GMT Master.

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    I've amassed a few of these Casio Frogman series...they are becoming more rare.
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    I sport an "I <3 boobies" bracelet... prolly not quite what you were looking for

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    this, only expensive watch i have left.

    used to have an all steel rolex, gone now. money matters. not gonna let go of this one even if money gets real tight.



    also have this as a daily driver.



    not my picture, i have one of the 2nd to the left watch. had it since high school. won't let go of that one either.


    haven't bought a watch since these guys. been thinking of changing it up and getting a g-shock so i don't mind if it gets scuffed up and all that.

    also had a cartier bracelet, that one got stolen.

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    Nothing. Never got into fancy watches and wore cheap ones. At one point invested $500 in a Swiss chronometer which I thought was plenty for a watch, the chrono stopped a few days after the warranty expired, the repair was supposed to be more than the buying price and I just had enough. Now I don't wear any watch.

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    That sucks. Rolex wanted $1200 to even look at my GMT (this was my Dad's, and I have all the papers and packaging for it), and I doubt they even would have worked on it, due to age. Funny to walk around with this much money on my wrist, though. I bought a new Citizen Eco to wear while this was being worked on, and I plan on continuing to wear it most days...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    i'm currently wearing this:
    nice! I love the Omega Seamaster inspired face texture. my Citizen is this:



    now that I have my GMT Master back, I plan on getting a leather or cork strap for the Citizen. I also need to find my Seiko Kinetic, which is somewhere... Once I get my MBA, I hope to get myself a vintage Speedmaster, Paul Newman Daytona(or maybe an Explorer, if I can't find the PN Daytona at a decent price), or El Primero, as a congratulation gift, but I'll probably just buy knives.

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    yeah... i liked it because it was simple and elegant... not overdone. And i love techie gadgets, ergo the ecodrive and atomic clock

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