Don’t want to take it off…

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Re: Don’t want to take it off…

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Been smitten w/ the looks & functions of these for awhile now..because of their bezels, they're also ideal for my dog walks & grilling sessions, as well..I've several more expensive, better made watches, but still..
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Some really nice watches in this thread. All I'll say is you know you've bought well when you don't want to take it off.

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iain wrote: Sun Oct 22, 2023 9:47 am
missF wrote: Sun Oct 22, 2023 9:10 am Do you have a watch that - once it’s on - you just don’t want to take it off? :thumbup:
. . . . it’s not that I want to take my watches off. It’s that I want to put one of the others on. I’m sat here now wearing my Bremont and am perfectly happy with it and could wear it all week. The problem is I’ve other watches in the box I want to wear just as much.
Wear two . . . the Richard E Grant syndrome :D
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NigelS wrote: Mon Oct 23, 2023 9:11 am Wear two . . . the Richard E Grant syndrome :D

Why stop at two?

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For me it isn’t a single watch but it is the C65 small case. Be it a Sandhurst or a Sandstorm, a Vintage II or a Dune GMT, this is the watch case I’ve worn most over the last three years. I prefer them to my 41mm C65s. The 38mm C65 rivaled my C1 for wrist time, and CWs outpaced any other watches I have, including the likes of Omega and Rolex.
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