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    The best watch in the world.


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    Master Caruso's Avatar
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    Best and best selling are not necessarily the same thing!

    Anyway, 30 years later and they have finally released a steel version - or something like it.


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    Yes, but ten times more expensive than the F-91W, in that segment better, a Seiko.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martinss View Post
    Yes, but ten times more expensive than the F-91W, in that segment better, a Seiko.
    Such as ???

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    I don't think there is a similar LCD watch at a similar price in the Seiko range. I have one of these:



    though mine is the gold finish version. I think it was probably roughly the same price, adjusting for inflation, when new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caruso View Post
    Such as ???
    Yes, that model you say rubs 90 euros, very expensive.

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    The best watch in the world is the one you have on your wrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajdh View Post
    The best watch in the world is the one you have on your wrist.
    Agreed and the worst watch is the ones I simply canít afford


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    Whatever I can afford lol

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    Oh my poor ears! You need to rethink your choice of music for the vid. I didnít manage to get 20 seconds in, let alone the 3mins 30secs to the first appearance of the watch.

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    I bought one, it arrived a couple of hours ago. The bracelet was an absolute bitch to adjust; I really dislike the design with the L-shaped inserts with the little bump on them at the best of times but this one seemed worse than most. Would have preferred to have had micro-adjustment on the clasp, the old row of holes + spring pin method is very handy. But it does look elegant when it fits.

    The polished steel case seems a bit incongruous on a retro LCD, but that's the whole point really. A certain ironic charm. The actual display is very readable with very tidy digits, and I really like the pearlescent surround.

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    1989 was a good year, could party like it was 1999 then and everythin!


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    Well i didn't expect that to happen when i clicked the link!!!


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