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    Mtp-4500

    After looking at a few different watches and having trouble deciding, I finally made a choice today on my next watch. I got a MTP-4500 at Wal-Mart for $58. It is definatly a good watch, and here are some pics I took a bit ago:


    My cat who decided to start bugging me, and wouldn't even sit still for a good pic.... (This is the only one you can actually tell it's a cat...)


    Side of the watch:


    Screwback case:


    Any questions, or requests for better pics are welcome.

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    Re: Mtp-4500

    Congrats, Arrowana. I like that analog, the orange hands look nice. And very good price, I think.

    I have a cat too. That's a funny pic of yours.
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    Re: Mtp-4500

    Nice watch and cat.

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    Re: Mtp-4500

    This is mine:


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    Cute

    We recently had to put down our other cat, and you can definatly tell he misses him. I'm thinking maybe we should get another cat.

    The bracelet on the watch seems to be pretty good at pulling my hair.... Any idea if the straps at Wal-Mart are decent quality? Or will I have to look somewhere better?

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    Re: Mtp-4500

    I think you have a lot of strap options for that watch. What is it? 18mm, 20mm between lugs? That's all you need to know. Just measure it.

    Personally, in that type of watches, I like how they look on Nato or Mil Type straps. Check Maratac Mil-Series and Maratac Mil Series NATO (G10) straps here. May be you like them. Could be an option:

    http://www.broadarrow.net/maratac.htm

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    Re: Mtp-4500

    Decided to put it on a strap from some cheap digital, and I think I like it. Pretty comfortable, but definatly need a bit smaller one. (And maybe one that matches a bit better)



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    Re: Mtp-4500

    I like it on that strap... especally since I was never a fan of braclets on low end casios...

    That strap however gives it a quite a nice look!

    Wear in good health mate!
    "Do you like having a good time? Then you need a good watch!" - Rocky Balboa, Rocky II, 1979

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    Re: Mtp-4500

    Sharp looking, Arrowana!

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    Re: Mtp-4500

    How about one of the 'braided' NATOS shown here -

    http://www.timefactors.com/nato.htm
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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