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    Question My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    I recently received these Dexter Sinister sample watches for examination and will consider adding them to my online shop. But what are your thoughts? What would be your favorite and why? I will give away one of these to one of you who take the time and effort to reply......







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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    Ernie, nice chunky cases. Price point? I'd give them a try.

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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    I liked the first and the last, but I don't think I would ever consider wearing the first one. It looks cool but does not look very comfortable at all. The second and third examples look like some kind of torture device to me. The last one has a nice cushion case and a large clear dial. I have no use for a GMT but it wouldn't deter me from a watch.

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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    Ernie,

    I think they will appeal to the younger crowd as they have an edginess to them, however the more traditional types are going to stay away. They are big and sturdy looking and if the quality is acceptable they will have a niche.
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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    I find nothing all to exciting about any of the models, but thats just me.
    The 1st three seem to modern with far to many straight edges for my taste. The last one just seems like the same ol' diver design rehashed.
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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    Not for me.....sorry.

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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    I would probably consider the last one. The others are not for me.
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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    The first three I'm not so fond of, but I like the fourth one. What are the specs on that one Ernie? Looks like a nice clear dial.

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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    Have to kind of lean with the majority. None of them really impress me. If I had a gun to my head and had to pick one it would be the last one shown.

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    Re: My I have your Votes, please? Dexter Sinister >>>

    Well for me I like what I see except the first one, although the large numbers and indices are easily legible the case looks to be too flat for wrist comfort, I'd totally pass on that one. I wonder though is the case curved at the bottom? Got a side shot of the 4 watches?

    Now the second and third are drop dead funky, especially the third with it's bordeaux dial, great design on those with the recessed crown & buttons for protection and it looks by the lugs that they are shaped well for wrist support. These look really rugged.

    The 4th although nice first reminded me of a Panny and it's case design is pretty usual looking but the dial is the easiest to read with a quick look which I'm sure will help it's sales.

    Well that's my take on them.

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