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    Help identify a watch

    Hello all - just joined.

    I'm looking for a watch a soccer coach of mine used to wear. It was a basic stainless steal, white face and it had a distinctive red zero, or some other red symbol, at the twelve o'clock position - any help would be appreciated!

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    help identify a watch

    Hello all -

    I'm looking for a watch a soccer coach of mine used to wear. It was a basic stainless steel, white face and it had a distinctive red zero, or some other red symbol, at the twelve o'clock position - any help would be appreciated! I don't think it was a Swiss Army symbol - I believe it was a red zero. Looked like a brand identifier.

    Thanks.

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    Re: help identify a watch

    Quote Originally Posted by AFC1986 View Post
    Hello all -

    I'm looking for a watch a soccer coach of mine used to wear. It was a basic stainless steel, white face and it had a distinctive red zero, or some other red symbol, at the twelve o'clock position - any help would be appreciated! I don't think it was a Swiss Army symbol - I believe it was a red zero. Looked like a brand identifier.

    Thanks.
    No clue.
    Deleted your duplicate post, merges with a third one. One thread should do it, don't you think.
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    Re: Help identify a watch

    It could be any number of watches, but Swiss Army typically has their emblem on the 12 o'clock and from a distance could be confused for a 0. I suggest that you look at the Swiss Army Stainless Steel Officers 1884. I hope this helps you out.

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