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    #6621
    na realize ko lang pareho ang style ng toyota at rolex dealers magbenta ng hotcake models (i.e. land cruiser gmt-master).

    ipipila ka nila sa kanilang waiting list tapos papatagalin nila either artificially or maybe totoo, i'm not too sure, tapos.o-offeran ka nila to short cut the cue if you also purchase several other of their not so popular models that you wern't interested to begin with.

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    #6622
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    Last edited by jut703; January 25th, 2023 at 08:32 AM.

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    #6623
    You can find this online for under 25k these days:



    It's a Citizen Promaster Sky CB5000-50L.

    Citizen Sky watches have a lot character (I really love the look of a good aviation watch) but have large bezels to fit in all its functionality (the one above is a 46mm, I think). These are good-looking watches but are usually over 50k SRP, so I was quite surprised to find one of the better-looking ones for under 25k on Shopee/Lazada.

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    #6624
    Quote Originally Posted by Verbl Kint View Post
    You can find this online for under 25k these days:



    It's a Citizen Promaster Sky CB5000-50L.

    Citizen Sky watches have a lot character (I really love the look of a good aviation watch) but have large bezels to fit in all its functionality (the one above is a 46mm, I think). These are good-looking watches but are usually over 50k SRP, so I was quite surprised to find one of the better-looking ones for under 25k on Shopee/Lazada.
    yespo,
    someones were advertising it in the local carousell, for less than 25K Php.

    years ago, i was a fan of these multi-function watches.
    nowadays, however, because of senior-citizen vision...
    hirap ko nang ma-basa.
    heh heh.

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    Jan 2007
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    #6625
    Likewise,
    I used to wear chronograph watches, until I realized that I never once used the chrono functions.
    Even when doing hobbies (track days) that needed lap timing, said timing duties were taken care of by another device (either vbox or lap timer app)

    These days I wear either a smartwatch, or a very plain swatch.


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    #6626
    Walang fan ng apple watches dito noh? hehehe...
    Hanggang G-shock lang kaya ko.

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    #6627
    Quote Originally Posted by carxynogen View Post
    Walang fan ng apple watches dito noh? hehehe...
    Hanggang G-shock lang kaya ko.
    "they're not real watches! real watches don't need no batteries or solar panels!"
    - hard core fans.
    heh heh.

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    #6628
    I stick to smart watches. Though my eyes need glasses to read the fonts. Kakainis haha.

    Gave up on all my expensive chronographs, chronometers, diving watches, etc. Giving em to my kids.

    Sent from my SM-S918B using Tsikot Forums mobile app

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    #6629
    I lusted over this when it first came out. It should be cheaper today.



    Citizen Star Wars Luke Skywalker (CA0760-09W) - MSRP was $400

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    #6630
    Quote Originally Posted by Verbl Kint View Post
    I lusted over this when it first came out. It should be cheaper today.



    Citizen Star Wars Luke Skywalker (CA0760-09W) - MSRP was $400
    i take exception.
    this looks very cool!
    at the right price, i'd buy one, even as i can't read the sub-dials.

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