Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

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    Off topic Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    What do you think guys?






    My folks recently had a clean-up and found my first watch.

    Apparently when I was kid some friend's of ours went to Disneyland in the States and bought it back for me.

    It's now become very clear why I can't wear a bracelet and love the zulu straps.... this is just an earlier version of one



    And by the looks of the crystal I was fairly hard on poor old Mickey Mouse back in the days when I was charging around the schoolyard!

    The amazing thing was that the only thing wrong with it was a missing springbar. Gave it a wind and it works a treat.

    Might have to fix it up and give it to my young niece.



    Cheers!

    Sorry, not very Dive Watch relevant but thought I'd keep myself amused

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    Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    Sorry man, but you need to be tougher to wear that bad boy.
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    Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    the mouse makes it look bigger , but i think you could get away with the size wearing sleeves ROFLMAO .

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    Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    Perfect. It wears big!

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    Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    I would say it is dead on perfect!

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    Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    You guys crack me up



    That first pic has made me realise how deceiving a "wrist shot" can be though...... in real life it looks HEAPS smaller than what it does in the pic.

    Must be something to do with the macro maybe

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    Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    Perfect first watch for your child.

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    Laughing Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    - thats great!

    You should just wear it one day around your friends and dont bring any attention to it. See what they say?. When they do, tell them its the hottest thing in the streets right now. Someones bound to get it

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    Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    great watch and a good story. hang onto that. and I love the aqua blue nylon strap - you can't find anything like that nowadays!

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    Re: Be honest..... is this watch too big for my 6.5" wrist?

    Nah but it looks a bit mickey mouse if ya ask me..

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