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    Riseman goes to work...

    So apparently wrist shots are a bit popular here

    Thanks to all who (unknowingly) steered me towards this watch - so its not in the least bit dressy but I just couldn't take it off this morning (it arrived Friday afternoon.

    Pic is from a webcam so not great quality but you can see it interacting with a cufflink
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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    LOL!

    I wear my big, non-dressy, watches to work all the time. Thank god my co-workers are all ex-military!! lol
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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    best regards,

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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    You know that picture looks kind of weird, but awesome at the same time .... Kind of like ... You understand the stock market, but you could punch me in the face also. Like maybe you are doing some business stuff on your laptop in the airplane, and then 5 minutes later you are sky-diving out of that airplane ...

    Awesome.
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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    I think the Riseman works perfectly well with a suite!

    It is not dressy but then again almost no digital are, but that do not mean that it does not look good. G-Shocks are simply more fun to wear!
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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gray_Oz View Post
    You know that picture looks kind of weird, but awesome at the same time .... Kind of like ... You understand the stock market, but you could punch me in the face also. Like maybe you are doing some business stuff on your laptop in the airplane, and then 5 minutes later you are sky-diving out of that airplane ...

    Awesome.

    To me... it kinda looks James Bond-ish...
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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    LOL thanks guys.

    My daily watch for the last 4 years or so is an Omega Aquaterra black dial - gorgeous piece, needed a change or a rest though. And yep...G is just more fun.

    Still havn't taken the Riseman off - too cool.

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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    FINALLY!!! A man in a suit with a real watch on We need more of those kind of pics around here!!!

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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    Very nice!
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    Re: Riseman goes to work...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sose View Post
    To me... it kinda looks James Bond-ish...
    Nah...

    ...James Bond is too poncy to wear a rubber watch.




    This more like Crocodile Man going to a business meeting.

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