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Thread: Watches - ExPo Style

  1. #111
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    Apr 2011
    Victoria BC Canada
    Nice Casio... they make some sweet watches.

    I am VERY impressed with the new Timex lineup. Never thought I would say that but wow, sweet stuff. German design, Italian made, great options on the adventure stuff too. All that for a couple hun!
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  2. #112
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    Apr 2008
    Phoenix, AZ
    unlike many, i do not like large watches, nor do i have an afinity for the analog variety.

    day to day i just use my phone. on trips i'm currently using a very inexpensive watch, but with one feature i like - vibrating as well as audible alarms:

  3. #113
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    Feb 2008
    Nashville, Tennessee
    Quote Originally Posted by dieselandmud View Post
    What about automatic winding watches that are water proof (50-100 meters), lightweight and easy to read day or night? The LumiNox field watches are $800+
    Any suggestions?
    They can be found for less:
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  4. #114

    Default Expo watch

    My daily/Expo watch is a Omega Seamaster, I love it! mjmcdowell

  5. #115
    I also like the Tissot T-Touch. Awesome watch, but kinda expensive for the bush, yeah. Although so is my BMW...
    Quote Originally Posted by Chris85xlt View Post
    i wear a Tissot T-touch
    polished titanium

  6. #116
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    Nov 2006
    Caldwell, Idaho

    "Real" expeditioner's watch...


  7. #117
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    Apr 2008
    36.0997 N, 80.2444 W NC
    Quote Originally Posted by Cody1771 View Post
    my next watch will be a Casio, i need a new diving watch and this one fits the bill, plust at only $500 its not to painful!

    Yeah, casio makes a good watch for the price. I got this one for something like $80 at Walmart I think...

    Looks like it can be had for less. And in all black:
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  8. #118
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    May 2012
    Denver, CO USA
    Watch, compass, altimeter, thermometer, barometer, but mostly watch.

  9. #119
    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    I dig that. I saw a few at the Columbia Employee Store last week that looked like they'd make good ExPo watches:,sc.html

    Anyone own any of these?

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  10. #120
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    Mar 2010
    People's Republik of Cambridge & Mal Pais Costa Rica
    Quote Originally Posted by Kermit View Post
    "Real" expeditioner's watch...
    Love it! Old Skool FTW!

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