Nothing too flashy. I would imagine ...
I have been thinking about it, the Sub and the Seamaster are the choices for someone in a suit 90% of the time who then gets dirty on the weekends. I think the Aquaterra is also a very good choice.
A G-Shock is more of a Chuck Norris watch. You know, the jeans and leather jacket or jeans and flanny, or jeans and a turtle neck.
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He would definitely wear the green gw 4000 laser. Btw I am a huge James Bond fan.
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I've always loved Bond, and I've always loved watches - this is how I came to buy my first ever ana-digi Seiko. It was actually featured in a Bond movie, though I'm far too old now to remember which one!!
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