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    help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    Hello,
    i would like to buy my new watch.
    Here are my criteria :
    - Radio controlled (US, EU, JP, China)
    - WR : 100m or higher
    - Solar
    - Leather or rubber bracelet (no SS)
    - Good lume
    - Price below 1000 euro (1300 US Dollars)

    Thanks for your Help

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    Re: help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    Within Citizen's radio controlled range of watches you should be able to find one or more that you like. They all cost less than 1,000 Euro

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    Re: help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    G-Shock GW-3000/4000, GWA-1000/1100

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    Re: help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    Sorry i need to add that i would like to use it also as a dress watch with suit.

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    Re: help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    Hi,

    How about the Citizen AT90xx series (if you haven't already taken a look)

    Here's mine. The dial is a bit busy but I think I could get away with wearing it with a suit.

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    Re: help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    Yes the dial is too busy for me. i prefer a more clean design if possible.


    Quote Originally Posted by horatio-is-not-my-name View Post
    Hi,

    How about the Citizen AT90xx series (if you haven't already taken a look)

    Here's mine. The dial is a bit busy but I think I could get away with wearing it with a suit.

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    Re: help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    Seiko astron? I saw one for sale in $1300ish range...as for wearing it with a suit,just do it ala Nike....

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    Re: help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    Casio, Seiko, and Citizen should fit the categories nicely. Unfortunately, what constitutes good lume is subjective on your opinion. However, there is a consensus that leans towards Seiko being better in the lume department. For Casio, you may be able to find a decent Oceanus or Edifice within your price range. Seiko has some under their Spirit and Brightz lines. You could go Seiko Astron for GPS. Not sure about Citizen though but I find they tend to have busy dials.
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    Re: help me to choose a Solar/radio controlled/WR 100m watche

    Any Junghans radio controlled watch would do, they fit in your price range, are German made, and there are other models with leather bands available, sure beats any cheap looking plasticky G-Shock.
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