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Hey guys!!! So I'm very seriously considering pulling the trigger on this one. I need an automatic that will take a beating and be durable. Im not super hard on my watches but need something that will look good on a big wrist and last a long time. Its the Hamilton Kahki BelowZero.

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Hamilton H78555133 Watch


this one uses the tried and true ETA 2824-2. Is this a good buy? I love the look of the watch and Hamilton is a respected watch maker.

If you know of anything better please do post. Any other 42mm or larger swiss automatics that will be durable are more than welcome.
 

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If you like the size and the style, the price is certainly right on this one.
 

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I do like the style and the size. Do u think it will be a durable piece? Will it hold up well for daily wear? I sell cars so I'm not working construction or anything with it lol
 

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I do like the style and the size. Do u think it will be a durable piece? Will it hold up well for daily wear? I sell cars so I'm not working construction or anything with it lol
It's not a G-Shock, but it should be. It will be as prone to scratches as any other stainless steel case and bracelet. In general, Hamilton has a good reputation and is not known for poor quality.
 

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Durable as long as you're not doing something crazy. It's stainless steel so it will scratch over time, but that won't cause any significant problems and you can always get it polished every 5 years or so when you take it in for service.
 

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I notice that at the end of the promotional video, they mention a lower price than the price denoted on the main page. I would get on live chat and ask for the lower price.
 
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