Trying to find a specific type of watch

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  1. oakback

    oakback New Member

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    I'm looking for a watch that has these features:

    square face
    analog
    stop watch
    sport-type band
    <$200
    preferably doesn't look like shit

    Any ideas? Am I asking too much?
     
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    A square face chronograph (stopwatch) is tough to find.

    What about something like this?

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    I'm not a huge fan of that watch, but that's the first thing that came to mind.

    There's this one that I do like, but it's double what you are looking to spend:

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    Square watches tend to be dressy, so it's tough to find one in a sport style that doesn't look like a Fossil from 1999.
     
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    w00tpoint New Member

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    Also, since you don't have a sub, you can't see the main forum watch crew thread. Theres quite a few guys in there who might know something, but they tend to favor the higher priced stuff.

    If you want a fashion watch and aren't really looking for a long-lasting timepiece, check out your nearest fossil outlet. They stock deisel, zodiac, and fossil, along with some other brands that only armenians could love. They usually have a great selection of watches in any style imaginable at a reasonable price. Go zodiac if you find one you like, they are the best quality of the three.
     
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    Thanks for the info!
     

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