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Classic European gents' watch,
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My father wore a very similar watch for as long as I can remember. It was not this cheap model, because he had the battery replaced on that quite often and it kept working, and I understand from reviewers that this might not.
But at a price cheaper than a battery change for my father's watch, this is a truly excellent watch. It has understated refinement and elegance; it is waterproof and reliable; the lightness and the plastic strap means you won't sweat and it won't irritate you, and no numbers means the watchmaker decided not to insult your intelligence.
Not for me a flashy, bukly Rolex or Omega; not for me any whacking big metal watch; not for me a digital watch; not for me a watch with a whacking great dial; not for me any fancy bells and whistles; not for me even digits.
No, this is a functional, simple, classic, well-proportioned, unostentatious and elegant watch. I love it.
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Initial post: Aug 10, 2009 5:00:34 AM PDT
Stefan Racic says:
interesting comment about numbers and inteligence but you are very wrong about plastics because it is very very sweaty material
Posted on Aug 10, 2009 5:01:45 AM PDT
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