Very toolish, well built watches but I think the current pricing is too high. Back when you could buy an MSAR (my favorite Marathon) for $550 the whole lineup offered good value.
Also, I find (for my 7.25" wrist) that the 40mm case wears small. And the JSAR is a little too large. A 42-43 case would be perfect IMO, but at these current prices, there are other watches I'd buy first.
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I get it.
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As for the OP, I find them quite handsome, functional, and amazingly durable. There is no situation where I wouldn't wear my GSAR.
TAG Heuer Monaco Vintage (3122/4000)|Chase Durer UDT|Omega Speedmaster Professional|Halios Bluering|Helson Shark Diver 42|Marathon GSAR|Universal Geneve Compax
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I get it, I thought "what's the big deal?" - now one will always be around.
Here's a couple pics of some JSARs and GSARs I've had.
Helson Shark Diver 45mm ETA grey
Armida A1 ETA Superdome orange
Ocean7 LM-1 LE
G-Shock GW-3500BB-1AJF Japan
VSA Dive Master chronograph orange
Citizen Yachtmaster JR4045-57E
SMW Q7 300m
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Ok I like this one with the markers on the chapter ring, which one is this?
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