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    Re: Tool Watch for Travel - and a small wrist.

    Quote Originally Posted by SuitePhoto View Post
    Thank you for the reminder on the SKX013 - I had forgotten about that!
    If you like the SKX013, you can always customize it via Harold at Yobokies.

    That opens up a lot of aesthetic options in your price range.

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    Re: Tool Watch for Travel - and a small wrist.

    The Armida A1 in 42mm wears mighty small. And there is a 15% discount on right now as well. https://www.armidawatches.com/

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    Re: Tool Watch for Travel - and a small wrist.

    Steinhart does the O1 in 39mm so check them out.

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    Re: Tool Watch for Travel - and a small wrist.

    The Steinhart 39 is really nice, but vintage tint is a little strong, and the Armida A12 blue looks super at 38mm

    Oh, and check the Pbris Morgan "SeaStar" -- almost sold out, so hurry. Looks like a great watch. Will fit small & it's thin too. great kit for the price.

    http://www.obrismorgan.com/seastar.asp
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    Re: Tool Watch for Travel - and a small wrist.




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    Re: Tool Watch for Travel - and a small wrist.

    Marathon had a 36 mm TSAR.

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    Not a dive watch, but what about a 36mm Smith’s Everest?

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    Tool Watch for Travel - and a small wrist.

    For travel I love a 12-hour bezeled GADA.

    Personally, I’d keep an eye out for a pre-owned Nodus SS (12 hour) Black Sand.

    12-hour bezel, GADA overall styling, a little pizazz (textured dial), great specs, within size specs, and likely within budget pre-owned.

    Something similar can be achieved with an SKX007 mod, and maybe also an SKX013 mod (I haven’t checked replacement bezel options for the 013 lately, but there used to be fewer).

    A SARB033 could also fit the bill. No 12-hour and a tad dressier, but it’s a classy GADA on different straps.

    For a true GMT, I really like the Zelos Horizons and Steinhart 39 Ocean One Premium, both of which could probably be had within budget pre-owned. They also satisfy your other criteria.

    For straight diver, I like the NTH Subs and CW Trident Pro 600s. Same comments regarding pre-owned and specs fit with your criteria.


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    Re: Tool Watch for Travel - and a small wrist.

    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteSand View Post
    Not a dive watch, but what about a 36mm Smith’s Everest?
    Very interesting watch! I've had a few of Eddie's watches; still have a Precista PRS 82.

    Unfortunately for the OP.... and me ... the Everest uses a 50mm case.

    But if the OP is interest in a vintage re-edition, the PRS 82 uses a 47mm case. I also had a PRS 18, which is also uses a 47mm case.

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    Precista PRS18 ... 3 cased watches 47 - 48mm: PRS 82, Marathon TSAR, CWC RN Diver.

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