Just started a watch fund...

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So c'mon, anything bought yet?!?! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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I vote for a C9. Great for work and an incredible value.

http://www.christopherward-usa.com/men/ ... -auto.html

Or, if you want to spend a little more, there's a Beckett's in the Nearly New section.

http://www.christopherward-usa.com/sale ... 90swk.html
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mickarthur wrote:I vote for a C9. Great for work and an incredible value.

http://www.christopherward-usa.com/men/ ... -auto.html

Or, if you want to spend a little more, there's a Beckett's in the Nearly New section.

http://www.christopherward-usa.com/sale ... 90swk.html
I really like the Becketts. I will have one of them eventually. If i see one on the selling page for a decent price, ill jump on it. :thumbup: