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    Apocalypse Watch

    I've been wearing this Glycine more and more. Not wearing my Tissot, Movado or Luminox very often. However I'm thinking that I'd like to find something that would be more rugged. So what's out there for a dive style watch that is tough as nails? Nicer than a G-Shock and less money than a Sinn U1

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    Re: Apocalypse Watch

    From what I own, either of these would be perfect in a apocalypse situation.






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    My Seiko's: SBDB001 SD600M, SBDX001 Marine Master, SRP777, SRPA21 PADI,

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    My Sinn’s: EZM9, EZM14–T1, EZM14-T1B, U1 Professional, 836

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    Aquadive: Bathyscaphe Poseidon GMT 100, Bathyscaphe 100 Blue

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    Tuna
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    Looking for something a bit prettier, but still chunky and tough, an Aquis
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    Omega: Aqua Terra 220.10.41.21.03.001 Grand Seiko: SBGV223, SBGV205 Seiko: Tuna SBBN015 Oris: Aquis, Pro Pilot Sinn: LE 556i Marathon: JSAR Longines: Conquest V.H.P. G Shock: Too many...

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    Re: Apocalypse Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Spring-Diver View Post
    From what I own, either of these would be perfect in a apocalypse situation.






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    Unfortunately I don't think I can justify the price of a Sinn right now.

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    Re: Apocalypse Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Jones82 View Post
    Tuna
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    Looking for something a bit prettier, but still chunky and tough, an Aquis
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    I've been hearing really good things about Marathon. I never imagined Oris was a tough watch

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    Re: Apocalypse Watch

    Handsome and rugged watches, every one, but good luck getting any of them serviced if a real apocalypse happened. 20 years after the event, the only thing that might still work would probably be some digital solar watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron521 View Post
    Handsome and rugged watches, every one, but good luck getting any of them serviced if a real apocalypse happened. 20 years after the event, the only thing that might still work would probably be some digital solar watch.
    LOL that's a good point... I didn't think that far ahead

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    in today's situation, is toilet roll more important, or Rolex more precious?
    Some food for thoughts...
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    Re: Apocalypse Watch

    It’s really hard to beat the Sinn UX as a bullet proof apocalypse, go through hell watch!!

    For less $$ than a Sinn I’d say either my Tuna or Darth Tuna




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    Titanium and ecodrive is the way you'd wanna go I think....



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