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    Which watch to bring on vacation

    Going on vacation with family to Hawaii next week for the whole week. Thinking about which watch to bring with me. I知 a one watch guy so no watch rolls :)

    Between a 5610, prw3100, f91w and an auto, I知 currently leaning towards f91w for its featherweight in steamy hot weather. I won稚 do any diving coz i値l be babysitting toddler most of time. Probably laying on beach playing with water a bit. F91 should be good enough for that.

    I値l report back how airport security treats me.

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    Re: Which watch to bring on vacation

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    I’ll report back how airport security treats me.
    I don't think anyone really cares to be honest.
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    Why not bring a watch that has world time mode?

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    Re: Which watch to bring on vacation

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric.S View Post

    I’ll report back how airport security treats me.
    Why would that be an issue?
    Never argue with an idiot - they'll only bring you down to their level and win from experience...



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    Re: Which watch to bring on vacation

    I brought W212h and it was good call. Plenty of WR, easy to wash, light and comfortable. I had F105 but preferred that one with timer, more alarms and more WR. Watch sitting too close to your sweaty hand is no good either unless strap is super comfortable (F91 is very comfortable!) and there is huge element of individual taste.
    25$ watch because is has all functions and...
    In case i fall watch down on turtle nobody gets hurt wallet or turtle will be safe.
    In case i on a Frodo mission not much loss either.
    Bottom line bring whatever makes you happy and if it will be F91 heroically giving up in face of nature forces nearby Walmart will supply you with replacement.
    Generally speaking square G or ProTrek could be more fun.
    Also unless you going to surprise airport security in some special way all watches going to be taken off. Back-plate is sufficient to buzz.
    Have fun!
    Hawaii is magical place!
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    Re: Which watch to bring on vacation

    prw3100 for me, you never know if you are going need a compass for direction :)
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    Re: Which watch to bring on vacation

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    Why would that be an issue?
    Jk

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    Re: Which watch to bring on vacation

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    I don't think anyone really cares to be honest.
    I know. Just kidding

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    Re: Which watch to bring on vacation

    i'd go with the protrek.
    Tho I take my Oris Divers 65 traveling. I know it's not fancy and it has 1 time set but it's stylish, reliable, accurate and under the radar.
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    Re: Which watch to bring on vacation

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric.S View Post
    Jk
    mmm... that doesn't translate at all well LOL Though, I'm sure your fellow countrymen know exactly what you're on about!
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