I have always been a huge fan of men wristwatches, although I’m not an expert about their mechanics or anything like that. I just like them, especially if they have weight and over sized but delicately designed case. So far I own a sport watch only as I’m still on the lookout for a Dress Watch of some kind, whether it’s a vintage or a modern one. Still planning to begin saving for a serious, delicately designed, trustworthy dress watch. Brands I'm thinking of Omega, Breitling, Certina, Tissot, Tag Heuer and other these kind of brand. For the time being let me share with you some photos of my Armani chronograph sport watch (type: AR-5817). I have gotten this from my girlfriend’s parents as a gift for my college graduation in December of 2009. Since then it’s working properly while I’m trying to care and protect it as much as I can.




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Comment by Clint Connolly on January 24, 2011 at 9:38am

I'm a big fan of watches - one part of a million of the expensive tastes I started to develop from my father.  I only wear Seiko "automatic" watches - not too expensive because I don't let myself waste too much money. 

 

Mine looks something like this:

 

Comment by Gergely on August 4, 2010 at 9:27am
If I had a lot money I might pick up a U-Boat or a Panerai Luminor they are just gorgeous timepiece
Comment by Slacker on August 4, 2010 at 9:12am
I have a swiss army 1884 Officer's. Its a nice watch, but nothing fancy. : http://www.swissarmy.com/timepieces/Pages/SubCategory.aspx?category...

If I had some extra money, I might pick up a

Dive Master: http://www.swissarmy.com/timepieces/Pages/SubCategory.aspx?category...;

or

An Ambassador XL: http://www.swissarmy.com/Timepieces/Pages/Product.aspx?category=amb...;

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