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    Re: Was this considered a "fashion watch"?!

    I would not emphasize on "fashion", just a "trivial" quartz chronograph.
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    Re: Was this considered a "fashion watch"?!

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    I would not emphasize on "fashion", just a "trivial" quartz chronograph.
    Thank you, Mike. I agree, it's not a "fashion" watch. But why do you say it's "trivial"? Because it's quartz? Because you think it has a movement which is spread all over the market? Or because you see Camel Trophy watches everyday?!

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    Re: Was this considered a "fashion watch"?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Castro Silva View Post
    Thank you, Mike. I agree, it's not a "fashion" watch. But why do you say it's "trivial"? Because it's quartz? Because you think it has a movement which is spread all over the market? Or because you see Camel Trophy watches everyday?!
    Since it is commonplace, ordinary, nothing special, just a chrono, interchangable. So

    + Because it's quartz
    + Because I think it has a movement which is spread all over the market
    + Because the design is not unique
    + Because we see Camel Trophy watches (or similar) everyday
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    Re: Was this considered a "fashion watch"?!

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Since it is commonplace, ordinary, nothing special, just a chrono, interchangable. So

    + Because it's quartz
    + Because I think it has a movement which is spread all over the market
    + Because the design is not unique
    + Because we see Camel Trophy watches (or similar) everyday
    Your thought is perfectly clear. Thank you.

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    Re: Was this considered a "fashion watch"?!

    Agreed, it's just a bog standard inexpensive quartz watch, nothing special or interesting about it in any way whatsoever. I think the diffrence between this and a fashion watch is that this doesn't really have much style or flair. It's just A.N Other cheap quartz chrono that happens to have Camel on it.

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