Brushed finish on watch. Polished or matte finish on Nato?

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    Brushed finish on watch. Polished or matte finish on Nato?

    I have 2 watches en route. One is all brushed. One is brushed/polished combo. I am going to pick up a couple of Natos for them but I am not sure which way to go on the finish. I haven't really seen too many brushed Natos. They either go one way or the other. I have been a fan of the Time Factor's Natos (matte). I have one brushed, but I bought it off a forum member who doesn't know where he got it. What do you guys think?

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    Re: Brushed finish on watch. Polished or matte finish on Nato?

    Having not seen the watches, I'd say that it's a safe bet to go with both brushed and polished. You could switch them up and and see which ones look best. Worse comes to worse, you could sell the ones you don't like.

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    Re: Brushed finish on watch. Polished or matte finish on Nato?

    TBH I wouldn't worry too much about it. In my experience as long as a watch looks good on a nato in the first place the finishing doesn't really matter.
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