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BEST casual wear watch

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BEST casual wear watch

I'm looking to buy a casual wear watch. Any suggestions?
Under 300 dollar

what do you think about SNZG15J1?
Last edited by craigslist123 on Dec 20th, 2018 8:42 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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You posted under Hot Deals homie. Post this under the Request A Deal forum.
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This is probably the wrong forum to post in...

But anyway, it really depends on ur price range. IMHO, Seikos are pretty much bullet proof, and their SNK809 is rather affordable.
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Said212 wrote:
Dec 20th, 2018 2:39 pm
You posted under Hot Deals homie. Post this under the Request A Deal forum.
I feel like Fashion & Beauty is a better fit.
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Budget? Traditional or Smart Watch?
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Ok it got moved. Try amazon.ca. lots of affordable watches
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You might want to specify some more things, like preferred size and type (quartz, mechanical, automatic, solar) and a price range. There are a lot of nice watches at pretty much every price point > $40. I'm partial to the Timex Expedition line if you want a really inexpensive watch, That Casio MDV106 that was on sale recently is a good buy too or the Seiko 5 line or Citizen Eco-Drive line. But there really isn't a "best" casual wear watch.
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Flunk wrote:
Dec 20th, 2018 3:08 pm
You might want to specify some more things, like preferred size and type (quartz, mechanical, automatic, solar) and a price range. There are a lot of nice watches at pretty much every price point > $40. I'm partial to the Timex Expedition line if you want a really inexpensive watch, That Casio MDV106 that was on sale recently is a good buy too or the Seiko 5 line or Citizen Eco-Drive line. But there really isn't a "best" casual wear watch.
Under 300. Automatic. daily wear watch.
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TomRFD wrote:
Dec 20th, 2018 2:40 pm
I feel like Fashion & Beauty is a better fit.
Ah, good call...especially if OP doesn't have a specific product in mind yet.
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Oh I dunno , maybe check ....Craigslist?
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craigslist123 wrote:
Dec 20th, 2018 3:25 pm
Under 300. Automatic. daily wear watch.
This is like pulling teeth. My suggestion would be to put out a bunch of info so people can help you.

What research have you done up until this point?

Do you want something sporty/dressier ?

What size is your wrist ?

Have you looked at some stuff that you like so far ?

If you’re just going to let everyone else do the heavy lifting then I suggest: Daniel Wellington, MVMT, and Michael Kors.
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craigslist123 wrote:
Dec 20th, 2018 3:25 pm
Under 300. Automatic. daily wear watch.
An automatic under $300 basically limits you to Orient/Seiko/Citizen.

What the heck is a "daily wear watch"??
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This video isn't a bad place to get a few ideas:

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