I'm an enterainment lawyer. I can pretty much wear anything I want. My wardrobe ranges from suits, to "business casual" to jeans and polo shirts.
i m an aircrat avionic mechanic..lotsa of wires and grease involve...but i still wear my frogmans anywhere,anytime....ocassionally i wear the old gs like mudman,riseman or the wademan....the fit to my large wrist size
I'm an author, and I wear G-shocks because it doesn't really get in the way of my focus.
Ticking Away the Moments that Make Up a Dull Day
Police Officer. The paw1300 is my work watch because of its big clear display and always-correct time for notetaking; in fact, at the start of each shift I record in my notebook if my watch synched that morning. It's nice because our dispatch uses the same time signal so my times always match up with those on the call history. On one occasion I also used the compass feature to update backup units on my direction after getting turned around while on foot in some dark alleys.
Astronomer. I'm another unreformed tomboy who wears pretty much everything in my signature. In the observatory, I wear mostly my G300LV-7; it's so convenient for monitoring UTC and local time simultaneously. Plus...it just looks good. I just love that watch.
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I am a photographer and abstract painter. At this very moment I am wearing a beautiful mint condition Tissot Seastar with a black face on a brown leather strap. Most other times I wear a Wenger chronograph or a beautifully restored vintage Omega Seamaster from 1954 that has this lovely yellow patina.
I am an Aviation Line Tech and Volunteer Firefighter, I primarily wear my 6900 or Muddies to work. The 6900 has just been a tough, no nonsense watch for me for years. The Seiko's and Invicta's usually come out for other things.
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