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    Question Which watch is appropriate for any occasion?

    That is the question (in the title).

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    Re: Which watch is appropriate for any occasion?

    I don't think there is a watch for any occasion, but the Explorer I comes close imo.




    You could also try an IWC Mark XII, XV of XVI, black or white dial


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    Re: Which watch is appropriate for any occasion?

    Hi and welcome. I don't think there is such a watch for every situation. Some designs are very versatile, but may be lacking in certain areas, like water resistance for example. I think the Omega Aqua Terra is a very versatile watch in design, plus it has a WR of 150m. If I had to nominate something, it might be this, provided a date function wasn't essential:



    Ha, beat me to it Bas ;)
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    Re: Which watch is appropriate for any occasion?

    This does not exist IMHO.

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    Re: Which watch is appropriate for any occasion?

    Show me shoes that are appropriate for every situation and I'll show you the watch.
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    Re: Which watch is appropriate for any occasion?

    Are there watches you are not sure about wearing in a certain situation? If so which ones are they.

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    I got the Longines Master with the versatility in mind. It ticks most of my boxes.
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    Re: Which watch is appropriate for any occasion?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheShakeB View Post
    That is the question (in the title).

    G-shock is the only watch appropriate for any occation.

    - For your daily activities : timekeeping, alarm, day-date...

    - For your travels : worldtime with DST function...

    - For your sports : 200M water resistant, extreme shock resistant...

    - For your convenience : solar battery + atomic clock syncing.

    - For your bedtime : stopwatch + automatic backlighting
    Ball - Casio (G-shock) - HMT - Longines - Parnis - Seagull - Steinhart - Tissot - Victorinox - Yema

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    Yes, but you can't really carry a G off when you are in a meeting with the board of directors or for your interview for that dream job.;)

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    Re: Which watch is appropriate for any occasion?

    The Explorer is about as close as it gets I think, or something that looks similar- it doesn't have to be a $5,000 piece by any means. But would you go travelling through most of the world with one? I doubt it- S. America, Africa, Russia and E. Europe, almost all of Asia and both poles are out due to replacement cost and the risk of mugging/theft/getting ripped off or incurring rancour as soon as people see it.

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