Certina DS Podium Automatic
Skagen Quartz 170 LTTM
FOund it. Here's the screenshot for faster view:
Thanks Rick - love the author's view!
Is there a cheap watch that's stylish enough for all eternity?
An accessibly priced watch means quartz driven, and if by "for all eternity" you mean that you plan to hang on to it after you're dead, digital is probably your best bet. Casio's classic G-Shock ($100) has all the robust qualities needed to survive clumsy undertakers. It's no Patek Philippe, but its angular charms work in pleasant counterpoint to dressier outfits — like funeral garb.
Yup, a G can fit the bill!
Current CollectionCasio 'non-G' 83QS-41, DW-1500, OAW-100TDJ, PAW-1300T,
G-Shock GW-M5600, GW-800D, MTG-1000G,
Bulova Accutron 214, Omega SMP 2232.80, Omega SMP 2255.80, Ball Engineer M Challenger, Traser Auto Pro,
Seiko SDWB61, SNA139, SKA389, SKA296, Momentum Cobalt V Lite, Orient Mako Blue, Orient Mako USA 2 White,
Victorinox (Swiss Army) Ground Force 60/60, Base Camp Ti
Gotta love the generic "Casio G-Shock". Like Casio makes one watch model called a G-Shock and it cost $100 and there's the picture on the left.
The man who buys a particular watch to feel smarter or better than other people and the man who avoids a particular watch to feel smarter or better than other people are brothers.
Think I'd be happier if G-Shock would not have been cast as the best watch to die in, know what i mean!?!?
Better to have been cast as the toughest survival watch or something along those lines. That would have been a better match for the target audience of a men's magazine
anyway, any press is good I guess, even morbid press.
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