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  1. Affordable watches
    Hello everyone, I came across this question while reading "most worn watches" articles, How much longer did you wear a watch without taking it off, lets not count opening the buckle to clean sweat and putting it on the wrist again as a "taking it off". You just have to say how long and what...
  2. Public Forum
    A bit of a tongue twister. I'm interested in knowing what is the watch of choice of someone who sees so many watches every day and understands them the best. I'm not talking about watch dealers, I'm talking about the men and women who know every nut and bolt by name. I've seen one video of...
  3. Smart Watches
    Just announced, Android Wear's first luxury smartwatch is the $1,500 Tag Heuer Connected Watch Android Wear's first luxury smartwatch is the $1,500 Tag Heuer Connected Watch | The Verge
  4. Steinhart
    I've had my Ocean 1 Black Ceramic for about a year now, and (though I rotate straps quite often) besides a few scuffs on the band, the watch really holds up well to my daily abuse. I am a service manager doing all kinds of work out in the field, in wood/metal shops, work benches, and lots of...
  5. Public Forum
    Yeah, so I have this watch. It cost me thousands of dollars. I am so so nervous about wearing it. Should I just keep it in the box, in a safe, behind a vault, inside Fort Knox? :roll: I only ask because I keep seeing threads here and elsewhere from people asking if they should chance getting...
  6. Public Forum
    Hi y'all!! I am new to watchuseek.. and this is my first post/thread ever here. i have been a reader for some time and now decided to get involved and share knowledge with experts here.. i am very new to watch with stainless steel bracelets, as i have always used rubber strap my whole life (due...
  7. Citizen watch reviews
    I have a bit of a collection of automatics, mostly Seiko, and a few Citizen Eco Drives. I wear them all in short rotations depending on my mood. Its a bit of a pain having to reset the automatics each time I swap watch however, I like the idea that they are not ticking away in a draw while...
  8. Luxury & Lifestyle
    A skiers greatest nightmare is an avalanche, Float avalanche airbags are designed to minimize excavation time by preventing burial. These are the first airbags that are both affordable and easily reusable. The Float system is easy to refill, light, and affordable, after use the canister can...
  9. Luxury & Lifestyle
    Stealth Hoodie has become widely recognized among military and outdoor users for its proven performance under rugged field use. For nearly a decade, TAD (triple Aught Design) have continually evolved the Stealth softshell platform to meet real-world demands. The textile composition has achieved...
  10. Luxury & Lifestyle
    Exclusive model of the Nike Air Max Light in black/children´s blue is available at JD Sports in the UK. It features a panelled mesh and canvas denim finish upper and iconic Swoosh branding sitting on the side panels. Other details include an all black graduated midsole which incorporates the...
  11. Books, Tools, Winders & Other Watch Accessories
    Find the answer in this thread with cogent discussion and input from watchmakers: https://www.watchuseek.com/f6/watch-winder-make-sense-maintenance-standpoint-386343.html?highlight=winder Cliff notes: Oils distribute through capillary action. Winder not needed to distribute oils. A ticking...
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