Post by HunterHype on Jun 29, 2013 11:58:36 GMT -8
I´ve own already 4 nice watches some are tactical some more nice classic ones... But currently I´m diggin also a Casio ProTrek digital watch maybe for my next watch purchase :-X Or some kind of a Suunto Outdoor watch?? Idk... I think it could be very useful to have a watch full of nice functions too ::) even one with solar power? My analog Timex E-Tide already has a lot of cool functions, and represent it also very nice with the clock hands. Therefore I would like to have more info about moon phases, the height, the weather, etc. etc. and the other un/useful stuff
Are there any other good manufacturers of digital outdoor watches?
What do you think about these smartphone watches like the Pebble?? Seems also really nice ::)
Just discuss here, lets hear your opinion!
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Post by willydigger. FB inFamous on Jun 29, 2013 15:11:05 GMT -8
Digital. An analog can't read any easier than 12:01am. You always have to ballpark with an analog, unless you study it for a second. Then you looks stupid for not being able to glance at an analog and know the time immediately. Maybe I am stupid? :no:
Anyway, my watch of choice currently is the Casio Pathfinder 2500. I got it for the big digits, big size, compass, and bracelet.
All that said, while I prefer the ease of operation of a digital and while Casio has done a great job recently with their ABC watches, the classic look of an analog is still awesome.
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Here are my top three. 2 analog and one automatic. I love the quartz analog since I can get out and go. However there is something about putting on an automatic watch knowing that there are these tiny gears that store energy to make the watch function. Its an awesome feeling. Also put the automatic watch to your ear and listen to it beat!!
I dig the look of classic analog, but there're just too many other useful functions on digital to pass that up. Especially "tides and moon phase" :-S Just kidding, I know there are some for whom that's actually useful. So, I wear the negative LCD display G-Shock GW7900 KG3. For me, if I'm gonna wear digital, I gotta go negative LCD - otherwise, to me, regular LCD is like shouting.
I much prefer a analog watch I don't think I have ever owned a digital watch, besides electronic gadgets that tell time. I just like the classic more dressy look I suppose. My watch is as much a statement about me as it is to tell time.