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normalbrains wrote:People dont use watches anymore. Look around.
You're absolutely right. Nobody wears...hey wait!....what's this thing that has wrapped itself around my wrist?!?....OH NO! IT WON'T LET GO!....AHHH!!! IT'S TICKING!!! IT MUST BE A...wait...oh yeah. It's my watch. Guess we were wrong about nobody wearing these things anymore.
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It's a dive watch my geeklings. water resistant to 600+ feet. I wouldn't want to take a really nice watch down there anyway, as who wants to lose a really expensive watch or risk damaging it while diving? Listed elsewhere for $250, this looks like a solid woot for those who don't want to look at fish on a screen.
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RioMo wrote:I love the idiots that come onto this site and say things like, "does anybody actually wear a watch anymore?" Because digging in your pocket and pulling out your mobile phone to look at the time is SO MUCH EASIER than just looking at your wrist... morons.
Oh, yeah... I forgot how presentable that awesome white spot is on an otherwise nicely tanned arm.
"Life's tough. It's tougher if you're stupid."
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I'm looking at the Omega Speedmaster Triple Date on my wrist right now. I'm also looking at the Invicta ProDiver and Citizen Eco-Drive watches I've gotten from Woot! which are in my watch case with a dozen other watches. I don't feel dressed in the morning without one of my watches.
With respect to this Woot, however, I'm not excited by its appearance. The bezel seems too big for the dial which, to me, gives the watch a cheap look. Also, I favor self-winding automatics over quartz movements and a nice Invicta automatic can be had in this price range. If you like the super accuracy of a quartz movement, though, these Reactor watches seem to be well made with a stainless case, screw-down crown and mineral glass crystal.
How did I get over 200 Woot purchases?