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    • Anonymous says:

      picrel for me personally



      >wearing a watch in current year
      also right

      Because pulling out your phone is often rude or out of place and a watch makes it easier. Not to mention they simply look nice.


      >tfw got a twig for a wrist so any watch would look comical

      Buy a smaller watch. They make ones for women too.

      • Anonymous says:

        aloha snackbar
        The only /k/ approved watch

        Lose weight you hecking fatties, holy shit. I hate Americans so much.

        Clearly you do, since you bothered to reply. Take heed and put down the Cheetos and Mountain Dew.

        You have to go back if you haven’t seen those images on this website before.

        • Anonymous says:

          Sorry, I like it here. Don’t care about your watches sekret club or whatever, I’m here for light novels mainly.

    • Anonymous says:

      Digital watches are a solution for a problem that doesn’t exist.
      Digital representation is a creative solution when limitations prevent you from having an actual clockface. No such limitation exist for a wristwatch.
      Who wants to have to interpret the time on their watch? When you can just have the hands on it and see the time directly.

  1. Anonymous says:

    I usually don’t wear a watch and just use my phone instead but I had to buy picrel because it’s weird in my field not to have a nice watch, it makes you look unprofessional. I usually wear it for my business meetings then throw it into my drawer where it just sits until I need it again.

  2. Anonymous says:

    >Have a phone on you at all times
    >Wear a watch
    How to spot a stupid.
    People who do it for vanity are actually just highlighting how tiny their weak wrists are.
    People who do it to show off, only impress old men who spend all their time playing golf.
    People who do it for convenience are braindead. You already conveniently have a phone in your hand 24/7. Pissing your money away.

    The only acceptable uses are fitbits and the like. Not for keeping track of time, but for health uses.

    • Anonymous says:


      My collection

      Made out with a 9/10 Asian girl with a Rolex Rootbeer while I was wearing my Batgirl just 2 days ago, next date is next week

      • Anonymous says:

        Those Rollie/Tudor replicunts?
        And why would an Asian girl be wearing man’s Rootbear.
        I meated a lot of Asiatic women and they don’t prefer the male watch.

        • Anonymous says:

          All gen. Normal repfags wouldn’t have expensive limited edition GSs. (Literally cos there’s no reps of them)
          She likes it, or it’s her husband’s : )
          X to doubt, plenty of women like Rolexes in Asia.

    • Anonymous says:

      I don’t know, when you want to look good a watch really does help a bit. And before you rant about how it only impresses old men, you’re wrong. Think of the tie clip, a small 5cm bar pressed against your tie. According to women, it really does adds a lot to your appearance despite it being such a tiny and simple thing, you can look it up. Same thing with a watch, you don’t have to wear it every single day, but when you have a wedding, or simply a job interview, a dress watch with polished crystal bezel does adds much to your appearance, much more than a terrorist digi watch does. And this is just formal occasions, it also adds to your casual appearance if you know what you’re doing. You think people don’t notice because you don’t notice, but they do.

  3. Anonymous says:

    5610u, it cures my autism because it’s radio controlled, ae1200 for travelling and if I need something that can be worn in whatever occasion

  4. Anonymous says:

    I don’t wear watches anymore. They kept freezing up on me at night, then I’d check it again and three hours would’ve gone by. Happened with like every watch.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I have one of these. My dad offered to buy me a nice watch for my graduation but I ended up going over budget so I paid for a portion of it as well. I think it’s pretty and I wear it every time I go out which isn’t often. It’s nice.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Might as well ask in this thread. What watch should I buy with my first paycheck? I don’t care about how it looks, my status or people judging me. I only thing I want is it for to last long without any repairs, be very durable, abd function accurately. Basically I want it to be my only watch. I don’t mind spending a lot of money. What should I buy?

    • Anonymous says:



      picrel for me personally

      Because pulling out your phone is often rude or out of place and a watch makes it easier. Not to mention they simply look nice.
      Buy a smaller watch. They make ones for women too.

        • Anonymous says:

          If you really dgaf, get a Casio.

          Otherwise, get a (Go Anywhere Do Anything) GADA watch. High water resistance but classy enough for anything.

          Rolex OP / Explorer, Omega Aqua Terra

          • Anonymous says:

            Durability and long lasting. Shouldn’t be damaged in a fight, rain or at the sea. Should last at least 5 years without any service or change of batteries.

          • Anonymous says:

            If you need to be at sea in heavy gloves and low light, ignore my prev rec at

            For basic features with high shock resistance and the ability to wear to whatever job and function, just get a DW5600 in silver or black. A couple guys in this thread had the DW5600BB.

            and get a larger gshock without a negative display (white font on black screen), with a big light button.

            You don’t seem like the smartwatch type, so skip the GBD200

          • Anonymous says:

            They’re all ridiculously durable, just Google for the ones that work with gloves and pick whichever you like

          • Anonymous says:

            Get a Mudman G9000
            The buttons can be a little rigid at first but they break in after a bit
            There is also the G9300 and the g9500 but they are much more expensive.

          • Anonymous says:

            For basic features with high shock resistance and the ability to wear to whatever job and function, just get a DW5600 in silver or black. A couple guys in this thread had the DW5600BB.

    • Anonymous says:



      Digital is simply better

      I had it since 2011, battery barely spent, only ever needed a latch replacement 6 years after, which is like 6 bucks to replace.

    • Anonymous says:

      if you genuinely don’t care walk into any store and just pick a casio watch. Even if it stops working after a few years you’ll just be able to buy a new one, they’re like 20 bucks

    • Anonymous says:

      As a rule of thumb, you should have one everyday watch, which can be of any style you’re into and of any kind of budget, and one dress watch for specific situations, which should of course be dressy.

  7. Anonymous says:

    My grandfather was a coal miner who through hard work and smartness got promoted to supervisor of his section. He once refused a government award for his bravery during a flooding crisis where he saved the lives of several co-workers, because he "was just doing his job".
    When he was employed for 40 years, he was gifted a watch with inscription by the management. And that’s the watch I’m wearing almost every day now. It needed several repairs and still doesn’t keep time very accurately, but I feel honored to wear it because it once belonged to a great, modest man whom I admire more than any celebrity or public figure I can think of.

    • Anonymous says:

      Your grandpa is cool, my grandpa was a photographer for 50 years self employed, wish I got something from him.

  8. Anonymous says:

    The majority of /a/, if wearing a watch, would wear whichever watch struck their fancy after noticing it in a favorite, or random, show, regardless of its potentially tailored use case.
    If it’s their first watch they wouldn’t even think about how it matches their wrist, or how many outfits it would match with.
    A subset of practical-minded /a/nons who aren’t good with timezones may wear a watch that can easily display or flip between JST and their timezone.

    The root culture of /a/ wouldn’t lean /a/nons towards digital over analog or vice versa. It’s mostly personal preference.

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