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Swiss Military Calibre Men's 06-5R2W Racer Chronograph White Dial Steel Bracelet Watch $104.99 f/s

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Swiss Military Calibre Men's 06-5R2W Racer Chronograph White Dial Steel Bracelet Watch $109.99 shipped

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#2
So the 'calibre' is the model not the movement name?
Just a little deceiving is all...
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Why spend money on something that only tells the time. What a waste! 2015 will mark the year where watches finally FINALLY become obsolete in the face of advanced devices that are not only sleek, but multi-functional. Not only that, they can also digitally replicate these archaic devices, should you want to [imgur.com]. And hopefully cruise ships can find something else to try to sell to folks as 'investments'.
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Why spend money on something that only tells the time. What a waste! 2015 will mark the year where watches finally FINALLY become obsolete in the face of advanced devices that are not only sleek, but multi-functional. Not only that, they can also digitally replicate these archaic devices, should you want to [imgur.com]. And hopefully cruise ships can find something else to try to sell to folks as 'investments'.
The haters.
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Pretty sure this is a quartz watch but some of us like purely mechanical watches with out wifi, bluetooth, collective consciousness connection or any beeps or Flashing lights. JMHO of course.
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Quote from kenstogie View Post :
Pretty sure this is a quartz watch but some of us like purely mechanical watches with out wifi, bluetooth, collective consciousness connection or any beeps or Flashing lights. JMHO of course.
I would fit into that category. Big Grin
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Why spend money on something that only tells the time. What a waste! 2015 will mark the year where watches finally FINALLY become obsolete in the face of advanced devices that are not only sleek, but multi-functional. Not only that, they can also digitally replicate these archaic devices, should you want to [imgur.com]. And hopefully cruise ships can find something else to try to sell to folks as 'investments'.
Lol farking idiot. All those smart watches really look like shit or just barely acceptable. I simply want to know the time and date with a quick glance and not worry about recharging it every night.

Have fun with first gen.
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Hey, I used to hate watches (or at least be indifferent to them) until I got a Pebble Steel. Looks great for everyday work, tells me the time and date in a layout I get to choose, and I don't have to keep pulling my phone out to see if the email or txt message I just got is time sensitive.
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Quote from Rufi_OH View Post :
Why spend money on something that only tells the time. What a waste! 2015 will mark the year where watches finally FINALLY become obsolete in the face of advanced devices that are not only sleek, but multi-functional. Not only that, they can also digitally replicate these archaic devices, should you want to [imgur.com]. And hopefully cruise ships can find something else to try to sell to folks as 'investments'.
Lol. Some people just don't understand.
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be careful of purchasing anything from this online store, some people had bad experiences...
http://www.resellerratings.com/store/blingdaily
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Why spend money on something that only tells the time. What a waste! 2015 will mark the year where watches finally FINALLY become obsolete in the face of advanced devices that are not only sleek, but multi-functional.
Rufi........ It's OK to admit that you don't get it.... I'm certainly not going to attempt to educate you and change your mind. By all means, buy your fashionable, disposable, multi-functional, advanced device.

But the facts are:

1) Rolex (alone) will sell well over 1 million new watches in 2015.
2) They have never been more popular or desirable.
3) They are doing just fine without people like you.

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Why spend money on something that only tells the time. What a waste! 2015 will mark the year where watches finally FINALLY become obsolete in the face of advanced devices that are not only sleek, but multi-functional. Not only that, they can also digitally replicate these archaic devices, should you want to [imgur.com]. And hopefully cruise ships can find something else to try to sell to folks as 'investments'.
Watches are men's jewelry, and sometimes handcrafted works of art, not just time telling devices. Personally, I WILL NOT have a smart phone and purposely try to reduce the amount of technology that I am tied into. I stopped using facebook (for the most part) and don't want a device constantly telling me about facebook posts or twitter updates. I DON'T CARE. I use the internet at home, and only at home or in my home office space.

People have barely any social skills these days due to less "real" conversations and practically every time you try to have a "real" conversation, someone is checking their phone for one reason or another. It's like technology induced ADD.

So, right back at you, why wouldn't you want to have a watch that ONLY tells the time? I say simplicity is sometimes beautiful. Simple as that.
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Why spend money on something that only tells the time. What a waste! 2015 will mark the year where watches finally FINALLY become obsolete in the face of advanced devices that are not only sleek, but multi-functional. Not only that, they can also digitally replicate these archaic devices, should you want to [imgur.com]. And hopefully cruise ships can find something else to try to sell to folks as 'investments'.
1. It's jewelry. Jewelry will always exist.
2. I wear a watch for the same reason many other people do: I want one simple, reliable device to do one thing well and look good while doing it. Not everyone wants their watch to Tweet, to light up, or to be charged every night.
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be careful of purchasing anything from this online store, some people had bad experiences...
http://www.resellerratings.com/store/blingdaily
Also, Swiss Military Calibre is not a great brand. I would classify it in the same category as Invicta and Stuhrling. The name is deceiving. Wenger is better and Victorinox is FAR FAR better.
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Why spend money on something that only tells the time. What a waste! 2015 will mark the year where watches finally FINALLY become obsolete in the face of advanced devices that are not only sleek, but multi-functional. Not only that, they can also digitally replicate these archaic devices, should you want to [imgur.com]. And hopefully cruise ships can find something else to try to sell to folks as 'investments'.
well, you dont have to "charge" the "archaic" devices you speak of.laugh out loud
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