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    Just bought a Smith & Wesson H3 Tritium (red face)...still waiting for it to arrive...supposed to glow for 25 years in the dark...we'll see.

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    LAPoliceGear.com have good prices on H3s, not sure if they are the best but I have dealt with them and they are good people.

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    i dont know if you like fossil or not but this is my next watch
    http://www.fossil.com/shopping/produ...roductID=30130

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    I have a Tissot T-Touch (had if for about 5 yrs now) and love it. Cool gadget, I love having a compass with me at all times.


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    I really like that fossil, but I wonder about durability. The T-Touch is more what I was looking for in function, but thats a big freaking watch from the picture. See previous statement about my girly wrists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smooth23 View Post
    I really like that fossil, but I wonder about durability. The T-Touch is more what I was looking for in function, but thats a big freaking watch from the picture. See previous statement about my girly wrists.
    I've got an old Fossil that I bought back in 1997. I've worn it hunting,fishing, jumping, hiking, working on the truck, RAN OVER IT WITH THE TRUCK(FULL size DODGE - not a rice truck)... and it keeps on tickin. The only problem I ever had was part of the clasp broke, but they warrantied it.
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    I have a Luminox and love not having to press any buttons to see what time it is with it's constant glow.
    I also like S&W's tritium watch.
    Ranger Joes carries a tritium watch - I think it's called an Uzi.
    All good choices.
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    i like the t touch by tissot it is my duty watch when im working the boats


    i have the ability to get just about any watch if some on is looking for one

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    I bought one of these Uzi tritium's about 6 months ago. This thing GLOWS in the dark! Not bad for under $60. Of course, it does have either the rubber or velcro strap. Not what you're looking for .. but I thought I'd share anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ride4TheBrand View Post
    I bought one of these Uzi tritium's about 6 months ago. This thing GLOWS in the dark! Not bad for under $60. Of course, it does have either the rubber or velcro strap. Not what you're looking for .. but I thought I'd share anyway.

    Great Price - and you can always buy whatever band you want after getting the watch you want - right??
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    Get a Timex, it keeps on ticking

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