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    The dress code thread got me thinking...
    someone (no names) mentioned wearing a D&G watch in the context of being suited and booted. Whilst this is probably a fine 'designer statement' I don't class it as a proper timepiece.

    I wear a Brietling Transocean day to day as this one works well for both formal wear and casual.




    What does everyone else wear, or is there a growing shift towards smart watches, fitness trackers or just the phone in your pocket?
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    I don't need a watch, the maid or the butler can tell me the time when I need to know

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    A real man always wears a watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by unixman View Post
    No, just a nicer watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphadog View Post


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    How do you get it on your wrist with no band
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluespider View Post
    No, just a nicer watch.
    Considerably nicer? Or *considerably* ?

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