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The Yao Monster1093 views
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Spy gear1093 viewsPoljot 2614 handwind 17 jewel movement
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First Automatic Chronograph In Space1089 views
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Poljot Sturmanskie Gagarin re-issue1088 views
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Rolex Oyster Date1087 views
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Marathon SAR1083 views
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Panerai Luminor PAM 1161083 views
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Too bad Rolex doesn't make cars.1077 views
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Mineralized...1074 views
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Marcello C. Tridente1067 views
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Debaufre Ocean-11062 views
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High Stakes1057 views
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Seiko 600 m Professional Automatic1055 views
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RXW Marinia Militare1053 views
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Some Combos Just Mesh Well1050 viewsSBBN007 300 meter Shrouded Diver a.k.a "Tuna Can"
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Self Portrait1049 views
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Poljot Buran1046 views
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Millennium Zodiac1045 viewsApproximately 500 of this deep blue dial color and round case style were made circa 2000 to celebrate the original Astrographic line introduced by Zodiac in 1971 (two other dial colors and a square case style were also made). This hallmarks of the Astrographic are the floating red dot orbiting around the edge to indicate seconds, and floating minute and hour hands. This particular dial and hands style was dubbed a "Mystery Dial."
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Orange Monster in bouquet of tulips1038 views
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Rolex Submariner1037 views
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Casio Mudman1032 views
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Luminox Stealth1029 views
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Snake Eyes1024 views
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Rolex Air King1022 views
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Orient Tank Power Reserve1021 views
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Timex Chronograph in blue1017 views
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Traser Limited Edition "Unterwaser"1016 views
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Time for a drink1002 views
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Minerva Pythagore I1001 views
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I see service men and women in G-Shocks mostly, but1001 viewsI think they would be better served by the Luminox because it is analogue and has a functional elapsed time bezel. Personally I find digital watches too abstract. The mind always knows how to interpret hour and minute hands and a visual bezel when in a high stress mental fog. Plus you need to use both hands to control the functions of a digital watch and your other hand may be doing something it cannot be taken away from if you are a soldier, medic or fireman.

There are certain additional advantages to a multi-functional digital, but as a basic timepiece it can fail to deliver the pertinent information whereas an analogue watch such as the Luminox is ready at a glance.

So I vote for a high-contrast Luminox/Traser such as the white or yellow on black, with a black dial.

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Citizen Mission Antarctica at Home997 views
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Monster On The Rocks996 views
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Invicta Ocean Ghost II996 views
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Seiko5 NX123K993 views
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Working On The Railroad992 views
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Look Daddy - a Seiko992 views
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In The Morning Sun991 views
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Hamilton Dodson Automatic980 views
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