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Men's Fossil Machine Chronograph Watch w/ Leather Strap EXPIRED

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Joma Shop.com has Men's Fossil Machine Chronograph Watch w/ Leather Strap (FS5388) for $74.99 - $15 w/ promo code SDX69= $59.99. Shipping is free. Thanks johnny_miller

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Features a stainless steel case with a leather strap & fixed stainless steel bezel. Blue dial with silver-tone hands and index hour markers. Offer valid while promotion last.

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Case size 45 is deal breaker for some.
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Case size 45 is deal breaker for some.
Me as well. Mark my words: these artificially over-sized watch cases are a fashion trend that will someday go the way way of skinny ties and wide jacket lapels. A men's watch used to be 34 - 38mm, 40mm tops. This from a time when watches were mechanical and all those gears, rotors and springs had to be crammed into the watch case.

Wrist watches are an area of personal technology that has inexplicably grown in size, rather than becoming more miniaturized.

I want to wear a watch on my wrist, not a wall clock.
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Me as well. Mark my words: these artificially over-sized watch cases are a fashion trend that will someday go the way way of skinny ties and wide jacket lapels. A men's watch used to be 34 - 38mm, 40mm tops. This from a time when watches were mechanical and all those gears, rotors and springs had to be crammed into the watch case.

Wrist watches are an area of personal technology that has inexplicably grown in size, rather than becoming more miniaturized.

I want to wear a watch on my wrist, not a wall clock.
Come to SoCal plenty of mouth breathers keeping skinny ties alive sadly
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Watch looks nice but I've been dissapointed with fossil quality in the past. Have two of their watches and have had to send both in twice for repairs. It gets annoying after a while.
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Case size 45 is deal breaker for some.
thanks, 39 is my max. thickness is 13. My max for thickless is 9.5.
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Come to SoCal plenty of mouth breathers keeping skinny ties alive sadly
I usually wear a piece of yarn around my neck for that ultimate skinny tie experience. Peace
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Me as well. Mark my words: these artificially over-sized watch cases are a fashion trend that will someday go the way way of skinny ties and wide jacket lapels. A men's watch used to be 34 - 38mm, 40mm tops. This from a time when watches were mechanical and all those gears, rotors and springs had to be crammed into the watch case.

Wrist watches are an area of personal technology that has inexplicably grown in size, rather than becoming more miniaturized.

I want to wear a watch on my wrist, not a wall clock.
This just in: things change, tastes evolve and fashion adjusts over time. What's so hard to understand here?
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Me as well. Mark my words: these artificially over-sized watch cases are a fashion trend that will someday go the way way of skinny ties and wide jacket lapels. A men's watch used to be 34 - 38mm, 40mm tops. This from a time when watches were mechanical and all those gears, rotors and springs had to be crammed into the watch case.

Wrist watches are an area of personal technology that has inexplicably grown in size, rather than becoming more miniaturized.

I want to wear a watch on my wrist, not a wall clock.
Just hold on to it for 30 years and it will be back in style
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Me as well. Mark my words: these artificially over-sized watch cases are a fashion trend that will someday go the way way of skinny ties and wide jacket lapels. A men's watch used to be 34 - 38mm, 40mm tops. This from a time when watches were mechanical and all those gears, rotors and springs had to be crammed into the watch case.

Wrist watches are an area of personal technology that has inexplicably grown in size, rather than becoming more miniaturized.

I want to wear a watch on my wrist, not a wall clock.
While I fully agree with you regarding the wall clock I do not agree with wearing 'wide' ties, especially if you don't have a 'wide' constitution.
I may be getting a big screen watch when I'm older and I need to check the time without readers...
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