T-graph Pro and Charmex together

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    Re: T-graph Pro and Charmex together

    wow, that charmex looks like it will eat that t-graph for dinner.
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    Re: T-graph Pro and Charmex together

    This should be re-titled T-Graph vs T-REX....that thing is a MONSTER!!

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    Re: T-graph Pro and Charmex together

    Thats one awesome watch!
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    Re: T-graph Pro and Charmex together

    What's with the tiny orange watch? Looks like you found a T-Graph miniature .

    That thing is HUGE! Now I'm certain for me, it'd be too large for my tastes. Wonder how it'd look next to a CSAR? (Normal maybe? ).
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    Re: T-graph Pro and Charmex together

    Child watch V giants watch V size does does not matter V size does matter. Two beautiful Chronographs. Thanks for your pictures, the hight of the 12K has just confirmed it is not for me. I do have a reasonable 8.25" wrist but the 12K is just tooo big.
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    Re: T-graph Pro and Charmex together

    Johnny,
    How does that Charmex wear? It looks as if it would be a little uncomfortable with the size/shape of the caseback. Otherwise, I like the chunky look of it
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    Re: T-graph Pro and Charmex together

    Quote Originally Posted by jclevoy View Post
    Johnny,
    How does that Charmex wear? It looks as if it would be a little uncomfortable with the size/shape of the caseback. Otherwise, I like the chunky look of it
    On my 9.50 inch wrist it's perfect well balanced, I wouldn't recommend this watch if you have less than 9.00 inch wrist size This watch was made for me I didn't have to remove a link from the bracelet.




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    Re: T-graph Pro and Charmex together

    Johnny, that Charmex is one massive watch. When viewed from the side, it really reminds me of this....



    Are you sure there isn't a hatch on the back of that thing, so a guy could just climb inside?
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