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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumblinman View Post
    Do they still make Swatch's with the rubber bands ?
    There are actually Swatch stores popping up in Malls all over. They run $90 or more these days, but are made with Swiss movement....
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    Quote Originally Posted by chinacats View Post
    Tried to edit but too late...Been looking at Seiko 805k2 I saw on rakuten, if anyone has any experience with them I would appreciate the feedback or other recommendations.

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    I do like Seiko. I have an automatic, which can be a pain if you don't wear it daily. Also it looses a minute or two a week....
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    Try this one. Built like a tank and only $2 million.
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    Thanks for the replies folks. Going to try an inexpensive G-shock that I found on Amazon and will report back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinacats View Post
    Tried to edit but too late...Been looking at Seiko 805k2 I saw on rakuten, if anyone has any experience with them I would appreciate the feedback or other recommendations.

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    The Seiko 805 is part of the Seiko 5 series. They are well known for being very dependable, especially for how budget friendly they are. It's hard to go wrong with this watch. They're very classy and can be dressed up or down with a cheap strap replacement. I'd definitely go for one of these over a G-shock, but I don't much care for digital watches.

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    seiko black monster is my workhorse

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    This is real popular with watch afficianado's and near your budget:

    http://www.amazon.com/Orient-CEM6500...I3OFH73F6N28VQ
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    Does anyone have any experience with Traser? They look pretty solid.
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    I have a Traser type 3 tritium tactical. Similar in appearance to the Air Force watches in the past, but with really good night visibility and accuracy within 2 seconds a month. Excellent watch.
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    i love my Casio Pathfinder. it is almost bombproof.

    shop Costco. add that extra layer of protection with their no hassle return policy

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