Not my cup of tea, but I like the fact it's a mechanical movement instead of quartz like the MoonSwatch.
(Yes, I know it's much more expensive)
Ironically, in the various watch groups I'm in... actual Blancpain Fifty Fathoms owners seem cool with this and like how this new Swatch collab shines a spotlight on their watches.Yeah, I don't get all the hate.
I think the watches from Richard Mille are much more offensive, but that's me....
Of courseIt's rather over $100 (you knew the first sentence of any reply was going to be that
If I suggest that, he will probably tell me "I am 14 years old, not 41!"
I fogrot about those! ThanksHow about Skagen? I bought mine 17 years ago and still love it; answers to the moniker 233XLTMB.
What I like the most is that it’s very thin (about 7mm) and weighs so little that I sometimes forget I’m wearing it. It’s on its second or third wristband, scratched like concrete pillar in a car park and some moisture has got into it, but it still keeps time very nicely.
Yeah, we looked online and his favorites so far are this one:+1 for Timex. They are not fancy, but you can find them in a variety of designs and they just work. I have a couple that I wore daily for knock-around types of things that tends to beat up watches or risk breakage - not because I wanted to break them, but if they did get dinged up or broken it wouldn't be the end of the world. Both still work, but my daily watch is now a Garmin.