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grandstick

Tele-Holic
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Oct 10, 2010
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765
Location
Virginia, US
My daily is a Series 5 Apple Watch -
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But I have been wearing watches since I was 8 years old, so I have a collection of Seikos, Fossils, Swatches, Timex, Casio. They hardly ever get worn these days, so they either need to be recharged (solar), wound (manual or automatic), or need the batteries changed.

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eaudecologne

TDPRI Member
Joined
Jan 9, 2012
Posts
8
Location
Ann Arbor, MI
I never leave the house without a watch. It’s a habit. Mostly the Apple Watch, especially for work out, but also like to wear the ’Pepsi’.
 

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ce24

Poster Extraordinaire
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Idahoastan
I'm retired.....it's dark...in the morning it will be light...sorry couldn't help myself lol.
 

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tap4154

Doctor of Teleocity
Joined
Apr 14, 2009
Posts
12,044
Location
Southern California
I've had this Seiko kinetic titanium since 2005, and it's all I wear. I have other watches, but I always come back to this one. Just very comfortable to wear, looks nice, and is super easy to read, even in the dark. The hands become very luminescent, and they also can reflect any ambient light in the area. It's only on its second battery in 17 years. These actually recharge as you wear them. The only negative side is people that have a lot of kinetics have problems keeping them all charged, but I just have this one. A regular watch winder won't work on it, it has to be a more active movement. In fact if it runs down, you can just sit down and watch TV and shake it for a while, and it'll come back up.
 

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