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|18th December 2008, 18:00||#301|
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I hate watches! The last watch I had was a Titan which I used during my college days. Never wore a wrist watch for the last 15+ years.
|19th December 2008, 08:10||#302|
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|19th December 2008, 12:23||#303|
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1. Rado - silver-platinum. my favourite. crazily abused yet is scratchless and looks brand new after 3 yrs. Envious/Admiring glances from men/women respectively.
2. Swatch - ok
3. Titan - lying in the shelf.
4. Miscl watches - given by my company in meetings/brand launches etc with the brand logo - starting to wear them now to express 'loyalty' in these troubled times!
|20th December 2008, 02:26||#305|
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I am quite fond of watches and own two Espirits, a Swatch, a Casio, a Timex, a Tommy Hiliger and the latest addition is a Guess which I picked from Singapore.
|25th December 2008, 18:44||#308|
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I currently own a Kenneth Cole (Gift)
and a Mark Jacob (Gift)
I hate watches as I'm notorious for loosing them [Think I must have lost almost 1.5 lakh worth of watches till now]
Waiting to inherit my dad's collection though, he has a crazy collection
|25th December 2008, 18:52||#309|
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Apart from a few titan's which I have them as gifts, the ony one I use is the CITIZEN PROMASTER CHRONOGRAPH.
O.T- does anyone have or does anyone know where to buy a casio with an inbuilt TV remote for channel and volume control? Ive seen it with a very good friend but he bought it in mexico
|25th December 2008, 19:55||#311|
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|26th December 2008, 09:51||#312|
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Me and my timex
I come a family of loyal watch users-
My dad owned an HMT for 20 Years (Thats what he says) Finally the strap broke this year, so I bought him a new Citizen.
I used to have a Timex B-52 (10 Years). Actually spent more money on getting the watch serviced, than its original MRP. Finally after much pestering from my wife, got a new Timex., and we have hit it off!.
Aim to own a Rolex sometime in life! (Man it's fading away.. poof! Gone)
|30th December 2008, 14:37||#314|
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Speaking of watches, I can't recommend Mark & Co enough. Last week, I sent one of my high-end watches to them for a complete service & repair (someone tried to flick it in the States, damaging the buckle). Mr. Bamji : 2267.6412. The bill came up to Rs. 1,250 for a complete service (of internals. Automatic watch), repair & pro-grade polishing. Looks like new!
|30th December 2008, 17:48||#315|
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LOL, seems like I'm the most garib one here with a useless Swatch (metal) that actually has aged over the 2 years of biking in postgrad, and 2 years since then.
Infact, the time adjustment wheel/knob got broke and its been reading a wrong date since a year - any workarounds , o gadget gurus?
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