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Musk MR2919
This wrist watch is so big, it makes you wonder: is bigger really better? No one will top you in size when you wear the Musk MR2919. It may take great strength to wear the Musk, since it weighs 715 grams. And it doesn’t just tell time; it is equipped with a Fahrenheit and a Celcius thermometer, as well as an alarm and a hygrometer.

The smallest in the group of 5 watches was a Invicta at 63mm! 46397-7e26e43b3d4210a57fac08c8cb50015e08cfa442-story_inline_image.jpeg
This baby is 90mm across and 1.5 pounds of wristwatch!
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No sat tracking, we don't want be found. Something black and stealthy, blend in with my fur.
 

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I have big wrists and feet, this still small for me. Got anything bigger?

Have you considered GWG1000, GPR1000, GPW2000, GX56 and lastly the Frogman? I can tell you these will likely be the watch for your wrist.

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Ball clock, good, but my young bigfoots will kick it, won't last long.

King, very good. Amazon? Nice forest, but very far away to walk.

Other Gs, may be, need take a look. Tanks for all you.
 
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