The "weighting" game
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    The "weighting" game

    My wife got a digital scale for some hobby stuff she's doing. But being the WIS that I am, I absconded with her new scale so I could learn a bit more about my babies.

    The wrist bruiser award goes to my Anonimo Professionale Chrono. It's a chunk, but with he bracelet snugged properly, its bearable.


    My next heaviest is another nice chrono, the Breitling B01


    The Bremont packs a punch with all of its features: Farady cage, 3-piece case, sapphire bezel, and substantial bracelet.


    Another Chrono here, the Ball NEDU, which looks 100x better in person, btw. Its mix of titanium and steel makes it lighter than you'd expect.


    I love this Fortis. The carbon dial is amazing, and it is sooooo easy to wear since it is so light. I dig titanium


    Next is my only quartz, the BR03 Aviation. Funny that this quartz on a strap is only slightly lighter than my Fortis Chrono on bracelet.


    The Muhle Terranaut I Trail. Did I make an error here? Is it really this light?


    And my lightest, and still my favorite watch, my PAM025. Goes anywhere, any time, in any condition, with fine Italian style. Have I mentioned how much I like titanium?


    So that's my group...got any that you've weighed? What's your heavyweight champ? Your lightest?
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    Re: The "weighting" game

    Is her hobby being in the Heisenberg business ?
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    Re: The "weighting" game

    It's amazing that the Anonimo is almost twice as heavy that Fortis on a bracelet! It's also eye opening to see how little that Panerai weighs. Titanium makes a major difference. Congrats on a fine collection!
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    The "weighting" game

    I forgot what this thread was about after looking at that Anonimo. Great collection!

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    Re: The "weighting" game

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    Might be why I don't wear it much. :)

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    Re: The "weighting" game

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    Is her hobby being in the Heisenberg business ?
    Why, would you like a visit from Mr. Heisenberg?

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    Re: The "weighting" game

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    Might be why I don't wear it much. :)
    Geez! That's not a wrist bruiser, it's more like a throw your whole posture out of alignment kind of deal. Had one once and realized I would have to be mas macho to keep it.

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    Is her hobby being in the Heisenberg business ?
    I hope not... then, if she tried to weigh something wouldn't it disappear? LOL.

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    12 kilos.......beat that

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