Last edited by sumerian; February 17th, 2013 at 21:45.
Personally I like the black/red combo best..
Te Blue or white would stand the test I time, red looks cool, it all depends on your Long term plans I guess.
Calm down.....It's just a watch....
To wear in what kind of environment?
That makes a big difference IMO.
thanks for the replies guys... it will be for casual wear
The bottom one thanks.
I like the one with the blue dial.
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I don't like how prominent the minutes are on the other two.
I like the black and red combo, looks cool
all three carreras are nice in their own right.
my order of preference would be the same as your order of pics.
1. white day date because its more versatile. dressy + casual. chances are it will look great even after years.
2. black. best looking but very sporty. hard to pull it off on dressier occasions. not sure if its gonna look as great in the long run.
3. blue, better for dressier occasions.
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