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Old 11-20-2010, 06:31 PM   #11
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Been wearing a Casio G-Shock going on 11 years. Been through almost everything. Not a single problem. Says it good down to 200m. However,not being a diver, if I find myself that deep,time will be the least of my problems. Where your at, its not an issue. Just DEROS with all your parts.

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Old 11-21-2010, 07:55 AM   #12
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I just got a 5 11, HRT Tactical series,Titainium watch that includes the Horus Vision software for shooting solutions. 249.00$ @ optics planet. I can not vouch for it yet (just got it ) , but I am looking forward to testing it out at the range in conjuntion w/ my Horus vison scope. I will report back on its effectiveness after I have some time @ the range w/ it.

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Old 11-21-2010, 08:14 AM   #13
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I wear a G-Shock wave septor watch. I am a diesel mechanic and beat the hell out of them. Last one lasted 6 years and the only reason I bought a new one was I tore the band off. They are about 99 dollars.

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Old 11-21-2010, 04:33 PM   #14
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I'm a Seiko guy, I've got a automatic diver I bought in 1976 and it is still going strong I am going to send it in for maintenance as It’s starting to lose a few minutes over a few days. I’m currently wearing the Seiko “Orange Monster” diver watch that Glass gave me two years ago for our anniversary. It is also automatic and like my original diver is almost bomb proof. Oh, and I am a diver and have had my original down to 235 feet and the orange monster to 120 with no problems at all.

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Another vote for G-shock. I have the mudman and it takes a beating. Still perfect working order and looks pretty good too,

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Just a consideration for those who like quartz watches. They are toast in the event of an EMP or large explosion. Good mechanicals shrug that stuff off.

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My next watch will be a Hublot.

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I have the Casio Pathfinder PRG-80L Version 1 purchased overseas in 2006. It is solar and no battery replacement!

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Last year the wife purchased Origo WC107 watch, good for shooting and hunting; but, it has a battery life that is okay and not equal to Casio G-Shocks.

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My next watch will be a Hublot.
My new truck cost less than this watch Shihan. Nice wet dream your having here.
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You can't go wrong with a 5.11 Tactical Field Ops Watch, and it is well under your budget.

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