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December 26, 2011

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Doug T.

I think you hit the nail on the head with the term "garish." Large watches already run this risk, and a large gold watch certainly qualifies.

Angelo

Jeff: How many battery operated watches do you now have? When batteries die, do you immediately replace them or do you wear some of your other watches for a while before bringing watches in for battery replacements?

Jeffrey McMahon

With 30 battery operated watches, some time may pass, a week or so, before I even notice a battery needs to be replaced. At that time, I'll walk the babies to Watch City in a day or two and replace the battery. I've only had to do one battery change in the last year, but a couple of years from now . . .

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