Hi all, Iím sure I will hear a lot of responses stating go quartz or G-Shock, but I was curious about your thoughts wearing a mechanical watch for construction type work. Iím currently flipping a house and wear my Timex Expedition almost daily, but I find myself really missing wearing a mechanical. Iíve always wanted that ďoneĒ main tool watch and just wear it for almost anything, but havenít yet done it. In fact I sold off most of my mechanicals in a recent purge and havenít yet replaced any. I used to work in an office and would wear mechanicals daily, but since March or so of this year I have been wearing my Timex or G-Shock and being a watch guy, find them missing something. I used to have a Ginault Ocean Rover and Seiko Sumo and those were my main two, I do miss my Sumo and also like the sub homage style. I have thought about the relatively cheap Phoibos quartz homage in 42mm which seems like a quality piece for $120, or a Invicta 8926 with the NH35 to see how it holds up. Most days are really not too bad anyway, but last week I did break apart a brick mailbox using a sledge hammer and there is the occasional use of a reciprocating saw, which has some good vibration to it. I know Chip Gaines from HGTVís Fixer Upper wears a a Rolex Sea Dweller and does everything in it, but Iím sure the Rolex movement is tougher than most? Anyway, just looking for discussion and opinions.