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    What's you Profession and daily wear Watch.

    So what do you do to make the money for your watch. Just curious about what watch enthusiasts do for work. Pictures of the watch is expected if available. If you want to add in what vehicle thats cool too.

    Student (Soon to be apprenticing as an Industrial Electrician), Seiko Orange Monster, No car.
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    Seiko Orange Monster SKX781
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    Student (Soon to be an Electrical Engineer with a Minor in Mathematics hopefully.), 2004 Cadillac STS for me (custom turbo!), I have several but I've been sticking with the Hamilton Khaki X-Wind Black and Red variation quite frequently these days...












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    Electronics (IC design) Engineer, no car and typically either on


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    I graduated last year with a major in Criminal Justice. I'm thinking about attending grad school. At the moment I work as a tutor at my old college. My daily wearers are my Seiko Spork, Blue Sumo and Hamilton Khaki King.

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    Profession is attorney at law. The watch can be any number of Omegas, but these are the two I most frequently wear to the office. Daily driver is a BMW 330i 6spd.

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    Work: Bankruptcy Department
    Daily: PRC200

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    I'm a wine importer and distributor, and while I don't have a single DW (daily wear watch)-- I cycle through probably 6 to 8 in a given month-- I do find this, my early '90s Breitling Shark, to be on more than any other:



    My DD is an '11 Subaru Legacy 3.6R, but I rack up a lot daily driving miles during the fair months in my '88 Porsche 928 S4, too!

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    Work: Private Equity. Mine: volvo s40 T5 r-design. Was Hers: Mercedes GLK350 (bought it for my last ex-girlfriend). Project: 1990 Toyota supra.

    My go-to when I head into the office, at my desk with my beverage of choice.:
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    For work I sell medical implants, and most of the time I'm wearing my 007 when working, though I try to rotate between my other watches as much as possible. I drive a 2006 Honda Civic with 233,000 miles that still runs as well as a new car.
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    Embedded systems engineer by trade (lots of software with just enough hardware knowledge to be dangerous). Daily wear watch varies by the day but the SKX007 probably gets the most wrist time but the Techne has been on my wrist since it came in the mail Friday. I drive a VW Passat turbo.



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