Breitling Super Avenger
Casio G-Shock Aviator GW-3000B
Omega Seamaster 2541.80
Seiko Black Monster
Suunto Core "All Black"
Suunto Core Alpine Edition
"When the weight of the paper equals the weight of the airplane, only then you can go flying."
The BP is one of the few watches that can look good on any wrist! It is the BIG Pilot, it should be big ;) At 6.7", I think I have fairly small wrists. There are some 44mm I think I can wear, like the IWC Aquatimer, but I prefer watches that are 42mm or smaller. I used to love big watches, I've had a Planet Ocean 45.5mm. I still like the PO, but if I would buy one now, it would be the 42mm version.
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OMEGA Seamaster 300 M Chronometer 2531.80
OMEGA Speedmaster Professional Ω 145.022
OMEGA Seamaster Planet Ocean 2201.50
OMEGA Speedmaster Professional Panda 3570.50
I have various sizes from the 39.2mm to 45.5mm currently. IMO, I have a fairly large wrist ie about 8 inch and I find that the fittings of the entire collection is fine by me as each watches have its own distinct wearability. I do rotate the watches around and the only concern is the weight. I need to constantly remind myself that the smaller size watch is on the wrist as compared with the bigger ones.
my 2 cents
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