this is the one watch Ill wear while working out. Ti, super light, low profile and has taken a beating like a champ.
I agree but if I am going to beat one up and I know there is a good possibility of it happening (like down hill mt biking) Ill go for $110, 80g watch over a 210g ss $2K watch.i wear mine 24/7 showering, exercising,digging holes ,or even doing the wild thing . Safe queens are a waist of time , there just watches , buy one that does the job
Problem is I am lazy person and taking off my watch is too much of an effort. Plus watches that look used have character and have a story to tell. Having said that when possible I use my atlas to do activities that might inflict damage to a watchFellow Freeks:
I'm with Andrema all tha way on this.
Even if my watch was able to leap tall buildings,
faster'n a speeding bullet, whattever,no wearing
An X Gyrene who doesn't know what exercising is?
I'll bet you've run more miles than my frequent
flyer miles. Lol.
Hey EddieLo,Hey slomo, I like your watch. I think I've bought about 15 watches from members who have a watch that I've liked. I don't mean I have bought them directly from members, I mean, if I like the watch and there is a description of make and model, I'll look for one to buy. I like yours cause it has large number markers. Easy on my eyes. I don't wear glasses when I drive, but if I look down at my watch it's sometimes hard to read the time, especially if the numbers are small. So what brand, and model you have there? What is "Ti?"