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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jorts, Apr 12, 2015.
I like this a lot
Speak for yourself
Just unboxed, haven't even set it yet... I love this watch.
Mine came in yesterday. It’ll easily take place as my go to casual piece. My other gshock will be used for playing in rain puddles and building sandcastles
I just wish the lighting on gshocks went up to 5 seconds instead of 3
i missed that these were back in stock. will need to snag one next time around.
Yema is killing it right now. $750 with their new "in house" GMT caliber. on Kickstarter next month. 39 and 41mm
Ewww. That’s an atrocity
No u r an atrocity
Seriously, we all have different tastes & preferences, but that thing is fucking terrible looking.
How much was this? It’s gorgeous
Really like the GA2100-1A1, wish I'd picked up one for my brother for a Christmas gift.
What's the best site that doesn't rhyme with shmodinky to get on a waitlist?
The same place you bought yours. Just use another email address / your wife
Terrible in so many ways.
they had a whole bunch of the 1A1's at my local Macys today. If you want to ask your grandma to use her macys card, its eligible for another 25% off. they only list the red one on their website:
I was going to wait a month or two before following up on this, but after two weeks I feel ready to make a pronouncement that the Speedy Pro is pretty damn perfect.
For a 42mm watch (48mm height) it wears well and not as big as I had feared, even after trying it on. I was also worried it would be heavier, being a wider bracelet and heavier clasp. Both fears were unfounded.
I was also worried about the thickness claims and having issue catching on cuffs. This hasn’t been a problem at all. In fact, I try to leave it sticking out to admire it, but it keeps sliding under the cuff. It wears great.
It’s also looks great on the bracelet, leather strap, Nato - take your pick. Thing is a chameleon that can wear with any outfit.
The only issues I have are small ones:
1. The bracelet sizing leaves me in-between being too loose and too tight. An adjustable clasp would be great and I might look into buying one.
2. Winding it isn’t the easiest, but it’s not difficult. I’ll live.
Overall, it’s a 9.5/10 and would buy again. Very pleased.
Baltic Bronze back in stock
Another great microbrand with a terrible name and logo ala Christopher Ward, but at least Formex has improved their logo and text on the dial.
All kinds of dial and bezel combos available.
42mm, 47 lug to lug, 11.4 thick
My buddy strikes again. I hate him
I don't even recognize that reference.
That's what I was thinking but the dial looks too dark.
Steel Daytona 116520 Custom Ice Blue Ceramic
I want this one:
Farer released a new line of pilot’s watches today. I’m a fanboy (who needs to buy something from them) and really like these, especially for under $1K: