How does the 5000T look under a cuff?

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    How does the 5000T look under a cuff?

    Does anybody have pics of a 5000T under a shirt cuff, such as a dress shirt or maybe even under a suit?

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    Re: How does the 5000T look under a cuff?

    Nice. Figured since the 5000T is a bit "dressier" with the silver hands and markers, someone might try to wear it in a dressy occasion. Anyone??

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    Re: How does the 5000T look under a cuff?

    While I prefer a black-bezeled diver for suit-and-tie wear, I wear my 5000T Sharkie COSC with suit-and-tie on a regular basis. I have no pics, but will take some tonight and post them.

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    Re: How does the 5000T look under a cuff?

    Here you go. I'm sorry for the poor quality, but I got home after sunset and had to rely on interior lights.











    The shirt is just your run-of-the-mill white dress from the J.C. Penney Stafford Collection. Two-button cuff. In this picture, I have the cuff buttoned at its loosest. Wrist is just a tad over 8".

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    Last edited by roberev; October 15th, 2008 at 01:54.

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    Re: How does the 5000T look under a cuff?

    Rob - great pics, thanks for posting. Just what I was looking for. It looks quite sharp, IMHO. The 5000T works well as a dress sport watch.

    BTW, how the heck do you take sideways pictures of your own wrist and cuff...?!

    Joe

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    Re: How does the 5000T look under a cuff?

    Quote Originally Posted by jtsai View Post
    Rob - great pics, thanks for posting. Just what I was looking for. It looks quite sharp, IMHO. The 5000T works well as a dress sport watch.

    BTW, how the heck do you take sideways pictures of your own wrist and cuff...?!

    Joe
    My pleasure. I agree that the 5000T is a wonderfully versatile watch.

    As for sideways pictures, my camera has a fold-out LCD screen. I just lower the camera for the picture and flip up the screen so I can see what I'm photographing.

    Rob

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