RE: [DMCForum] Selecting a good watch
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RE: [DMCForum] Selecting a good watch

I was always a watch freak until I graduated high school.  My parents got me a Rolex Submariner.  It is a classic design, self winding, and with the divers dial can double as a rudimentary timer.

I have had that watch now for 11 years and have been very happy. 

Jack Stiefel
Stiefel Aluminum
DMC Vin 03461 & 16879

-----Original Message-----
From: "Ryan Wright" <ryanpwright@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 1/28/2007 11:49 PM
Subject: [DMCForum] Selecting a good watch

So, I've always had cheaper, digital watches and I want to buy a nice
analog watch. The biggest points of concern to me are that the watch
be kinetically powered and have a "sweeping" second hand. I don't like
the "tick, tick, tick" bit.

I don't need a lot of features, but one thing I would like is a
"countdown timer". I'm not sure that exists in a good analog watch -
I'd like to be able to set the watch for x minutes and have it inform
me somehow when that time has elapsed. I could do without that and I'm
thinking I might have to, but I figured I'd throw it out there in case
such a beast exists.

Any advice would be appreciated.



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