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    Off Topic post Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    Anyone else out there seeing the diameter of his/her watches slowly shrink?

    I started at 45mm then slowly have been selling my 45mm pieces (my Laco is the last one standing). recently I seem to be settling on 43mm. I have no need for dressy watches even though I sure do like a ton of them out there but 42-43 seems to hit the mark just right for me.
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    5 @ 43
    1 @42
    1 @45mm

    what say you?

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    Re: Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?



    I enjoy watches of all sizes. G-Shock Frogman is over 50mm. MKII Nassau is under 40mm. It depends on the design of the watch. If it's a dressier slim style I'll go as low as 37mm.
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    Re: Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    My largest size is a 42 PO, which is staying, but will keep all other watches around the 39 - 40mm range.

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    Re: Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    None +42.
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    Re: Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    None above 41mm here.
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    Re: Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    42 - 47mm here. 42mm for dress.

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    Re: Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    Nope

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    Re: Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    The opposite for me, anything below 44 is small to me on a 7.3'' wrist.



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    Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    Used to think 44mm was my sweet spot on my 7" wrist. I sold nearly 18 pieces that were 44/45 and now only have one left. All my others are no more than 42mm. Curiously enough I got a 40mm Speedy Date and now that seems too small, go figure....


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    Re: Anyone else letting go of larger pieces? what say you?

    Mine run the gamut. But if it's bigger than 44 it's gotta be on the thinner side. My 47mm Panerai fits fine under my cuff. 47 is the biggest currently in my collection but I've been eyeing a 50mm, gotta be a destro though. 7.5" wrist.


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