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    Question ROLEX SKY-DWELLER - more for men or women?

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    Men/Unisex?
    Send your opinions. lets figure it out

    https://guardianoftime.co.uk/brands/...ller-326935/55

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    42mm men. But there's no reason a woman couldn't wear a man's watch.

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    In that metal it's more girls than guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    In that metal it's more girls than guys

    Na. They do the pink gold yacht master in men's and womens size. You might think it's feminine but it's a man's watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPCain86 View Post
    Na. They do the pink gold yacht master in men's and womens size. You might think it's feminine but it's a man's watch.
    Love the RG YM and would love one but seen a few too many of them on WAG style women in London with handbag dogs and more foundation than the low rise tower block I was raised in. The RG on black leather still a man's watch imo.

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    People can wear what they think suits them but on my male, but relatively slim, wrists, the Sky-Dweller looked massive when I tried one on once.

    I think women prefer to wear watches loose. Not sure how a chunk of gold that size and weight would wear loose!!

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    Itís gender neutral.

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    Thatíll be one large lady...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPCain86 View Post
    Na. They do the pink gold yacht master in men's and womens size. You might think it's feminine but it's a man's watch.
    Have to agree with you, love mine!





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    To be fair most ladies these days wear bigger watches my wife wrists are only just over 6" but
    She always wears my Pam 177 44m or my Corum which is 42mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtagrant View Post
    Thatíll be one large lady...
    Not always a bad thing....
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Not always a bad thing....
    Well, maybe if she can afford 45 grand watch... 😄

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtagrant View Post
    Well, maybe if she can afford 45 grand watch... 
    Than she can deffo afford a pair of running shoes and gym membership..
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    Quote Originally Posted by michael.jaye View Post
    Have to agree with you, love mine!





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    Hairy arms for a woman,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPCain86 View Post
    42mm men. But there's no reason a woman couldn't wear a man's watch.
    Of course there is , my wife has very slim wrists and small hands , my submariner would look ridiculous on her or vice versa.

    Where her day date ( ladies size ) looks absolutely perfect.

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    Anyone one with brash poor taste can wear it and I expect worn dangling loose gangster style.

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    Poor taste really come on lads lol





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    More the size for men

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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Hairy arms for a woman,,
    Thatís nothing, you havenít seen my mother-in-law!


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    do you have pics?

    Quote Originally Posted by bazza. View Post
    To be fair most ladies these days wear bigger watches my wife wrists are only just over 6" but
    She always wears my Pam 177 44m or my Corum which is 42mm

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    To me they all look fine/OK/good other than the Speedmaster, which to me looks way OTT.

    All subjective of course.

    Quote Originally Posted by bazza. View Post
    Poor taste really come on lads lol





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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Kenney View Post
    To me they all look fine/OK/good other than the Speedmaster, which to me looks way OTT.

    All subjective of course.
    Not too sure about the hublot !

    But even my Mrs keeps saying if I ever were to buy her a watch she prefers >40mm
    Last edited by gaurav_tzuk; 9th September 2019 at 13:24.

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    Last edited by bazza.; 10th September 2019 at 08:44.

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    Its not the watch its how you rock it
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    Stone the watch.

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    Not mine before i get "blingered" lol.

    Horses for courses as the saying goes. I had a black dial on my skinny wrist a few months ago and it didn't look too out of place. My only gripe was, it could do with a half link to sit more comfortably.

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    i dont understand my feeling, on the one hand it looks great

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    Whoever wants it? I think the days of attributing watches to men or women are over in all but marketing. People can buy and wear whatever they fancy. The limit being their own adventurousness only.

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