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Just for comparison, post your pics of:

Marathon GSAR, CSAR, TSAR, and SAR
Seiko Monster, Sumo
Fortis Marinemaster

That's pretty much what I've narrowed down my choices to. Or I might just go with one of those Tissot watches that has a compass. I could use a compass.

About the marinemaster, how much do you think I can buy it for second-hand?
 

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No dice for me on those pics, either. Seems like more and more people are posting with that iserve site, and I don't ever see any of them. Anywho, here are a few Seiko pics:







 

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Seiko Monster on Maratec low vis strap mil issue. The Caribbean is too hot for a suit.

 

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OK, let's try those CSAR pics again - this time with photobucket ...

The Beast during the day:



And at night:



Please let me know if these are coming through OK - TIA.
 

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The Marathons are still my favourite!

 

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Here's an Alba (made by Seiko).
 

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dang, i really can't beside between these watches. And I can't really get a hold of a SAR (T, C, G, or any of them) to see how they look in person.

Now is it me, or do the seikos look more ... "at home" with a more formal shirt? I feel like the SARs are more rugged and look tougher, and not as elegant under a suit or a formal dress.
 

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Not sure why I included the Seiko but the GSAR rocks! I swear I wish ALL watches had Tritrium! Period! of course IMHO! lol

paul
 

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