Watch recommendations?

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  • WaterPhoenix
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    My old one broke and I need a new one. 


  • Dr.Franklin
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    oooof
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    How much $ you want to spend?
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    Around or under $20
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    Rolex... best CHEAP brand 'round these parts
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    In this day and age, a watch is purely a gimmick. Your phone tells you the time.
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    Gimmick: A trick or device intended to attract attention.

    Therefore, I would suggest that a phone is more of a gimmick.

    Nonetheless, for acquiring quick time updates, I personally find that a wrist watch is the more functionally efficient device.

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    A phone is not a gimmick LOL it has far more practical application than an overpriced Rolex-esque Watch.
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    It depends how much you are addicted to devices I suppose.

    It sounds like the designers and marketeers have got you hooked.

    And only a numpty with to much dosh would buy a Rolex.

    Just like the numpties that keep lashing out on the latest devices.