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    Camping/Backpacking Watch

    So for years Iíve been an avid outdoor person. Snowboarding, wakebording, camping, backpacking, etc . . . Typically I donít wear any of my luxury timepieces for most of these activities. But out of curiosity what do you guys wear when camping/backpacking? I had this Bell & Ross awhile back and it was fairly chunky and rugged. Just curious if any of you guys have a go to timepiece for your more rugged outdoor adventures?!!




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    G shock.

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    Any watch with a 100m WR is good for me. My standby was my Citizen Nighthawk, then my SKX009, which is pretty much what is on my wrist 5 out of 7 days a week.

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    G shock.
    Was thinking that would be the obvious choice. Although I was thinking more along the lines of a higher end timepiece.


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    Re: Camping/Backpacking Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by aguila9 View Post
    Any watch with a 100m WR is good for me. My standby was my Citizen Nighthawk, then my SKX009, which is pretty much what is on my wrist 5 out of 7 days a week.

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    The SKX009 seems like it would be a solid choice. On a rubber dive strap seems like it would be pretty rugged.


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    Quote Originally Posted by supawabb View Post
    Definitely a solid choice. I think not only for durability, but for the multi functions it offers.


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    So I think narrowing down the model would be the challenge with G Shocks as there are so many to choose from.


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