A few scratches here and there. It doesn't look that beat in person. Olympus C-7070 w/ flash, and several mega-pixels of detail + enlarged on hi-resolution monitor really brings out what is mostly invisible to the naked eye.
But -- to answer your question, I've worn the watch 24/7 for over 2-years: mountain biking, kayaking, skiing, landscaping, cutting firewood, working in shop, laying tile, mixing concrete, construction, etc.
Most of the scars though are from hitting the edge of the kitchen counter which is covered with imported Italian porcelain tile. The edge of a piece of tile will sharpen hardened steel kitchen knives, and easily etch Hardlex and 316L steel which is fairly soft on the ohm scale.
Thanks for noticing the "character."
And finally, if I haven't quite figured out how to do faux restoration thru Photoshop ...
I was hoping someone would be able to read between the lines !
[QUOTE=homathetes;3553888]Big Muff? You rocker! I think your fuzzy monster gets the 'most well-loved' award . Attaboy!
This thread, in combination with YouTube - Seiko Black Monster SKX779K Caliber 7S26, has gotten me to crave one of these.. Aww dang, gimme a couple of days and I'll order one
~ Daniel ~
My 11 watch challenge... fill the box with the perfect 10 and have one for the wrist...
Beaters: Orange Monster, Bomb Frog, Luminix
Keepers: Ball for BMW GMT, ???
...that leaves 7 to go....
G-Shock DW-6100; G-Shock GW-M5600BC-1JF; G-Shock MTG-1000G-9A; G-Shock DW-6900CS 'Zombie Killer'; G-Shock DW-9010R 'MIRO Atomic Mudman'; G-Shock DW-9701K 'ICERC Gulfman'; G-Shock GW-9125D 'Ocean Grey Gulfman'; G-Shock GWF-1000G 'Atomic Frogman'; Seiko SKX779K 'Black Monster'; Citizen BJ7010-59E 'Nighthawk'; Nixon The Rotolog DK WD
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