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Tell me about Seiko.
"disposable"--just like a Timex, who the heck cares what happens to your Swatch?Cons: made by the Swiss--god, I can't stand the Swiss
I suppose I could have thrown out my 13 year old timex that still works perfectly (even the indiglo still works!). But i just can't bring myself to.
I also received a Timex for HS graduation. I learned that water resistant menas you can wear it in the rain but you cannot wear it in the surf. I still have it tho. I also have a Bulova that was given to all 3rd year lettermen and women by State U. I put a Speidel twistoflex on it and when I need some flash (like with a penguin suit), it does fine. Sometimes I even set it and wind it.But I stopped wearing watches for the most part. The cell phone has a clock. The car has a clock. The radio, computer, stove, microwave, coffeemaker, cablebox, bank, bankcrawler, tv, all have clocks. We are surrounded by clocks.And yet, what do we do with our time?Campmor has the bestus cheapest selection of slave bracelets, from less than $10 to altimeter pulse detecting Dick Tracy worthy stuff.
timex is totally disposable.
Get yerself a nice classy good ol' American Timex. They make some really nice traditional ones that are not a ton of money. In fact, I am wearing an oversized man's Timex watch right now. And you know that I am completely superficial and worry constantly about what people think of me, so it MUST be cool...
So I have to send my nice watch to like Rhode Island or somewhere for repairs because the chronograph somehow got jostled while we were in Michigan and it doesn't work properly anymore, and as a result the second hand is stuck. According to the warranty all I have to do is send it back to them and they'll repair it for free.But this leaves me watch-less for a week or so.Any recommendations for a good, inexpensive (I'm thinking less than 100 bucks) watch that also won't make me look like more of a Poindexter than I already do?
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