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    For the past five years or so, I haven't worn a watch. I usually just look at my cell phone.
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    I love my Suunto Vector.
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    Great pic, clipse! Nice watch & gun

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    My wife got ma a rather expensive Citizen solar powered watch that is so dang complicated I had to get the manual out the other day to change the date on Feb. 28th. It is suppose to recognize leap year but I had it set wrong!!!
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    I wore a Timex Indiglo for ten years or so, the light in it finally burned
    out. I bought another one, and it broke within two weeks.
    Naturally I had lost the receipt.
    I decided it was time to get a watch that lights up without
    having its button pushed. Last week I ordered a Luminox.
    Of course they "back-ordered" it two weeks.
    Should be here about next Wednesday. I hope.

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    I've always liked Seiko, sturdy and good time keepers though some can be heavy.
    Currently a Seiko Titanium, thin, light, strong and accurate.

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    I rotate between my G-Shock Solar Atomic and new Luminox #3401, F-117 Nighthawk with traser illum.
    I have a Wenger watch that I don't wear much. (My Seiko gets no use.)
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    I prefer the Ol' Feiko myself, they look good enough to wear to church, and yet when I inevitably break it in six months, I'm not heart broken. They have gone up in price though, used to be able to get one for "fifteen dolla" now they are double that.
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