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September 07, 2014

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jonnybardo

I agree with you, of course, but the trick is can you say this after not buying a watch for a few months? It is easy for a fat man to say "I need to take a break and go on a diet" after eating a large pizza and a pint of ice cream, but what about the next day?

p.s. The Fieldmaster has really grown on me. If it came with a bracelet and didn't have the two-tone bezel, it would be hard for me to refuse.

p.p.s. The Tuna still beckons...

jonnybardo

p.p.p.s. The SUN019 looks more like a glorified Sawtooth to me. I don't quite like it, at least nowhere near as much as the Tuna or OSD.

Angelo

I agree with the post, but it's very difficult. It's more difficult for me than it is for you guys, because I spend a lot less per watch than you do----so it's no sweat to spend $150.00 on something---far less drama then when you're in the higher hundreds, up to over 1K. It's an easier decision to give in and buy. But it's also a great feeling pulling one of my watches out that I haven't worn in a while---and appreciating why I bought it to begin with----getting a great day of wear from it.

jonnybardo

Angelo, I hear that. Purchasing on the Invicta Sunday Run was like popcorn - $76 here, $113 there. No sweat.

My income level also changed after my initial watch phase because my wife went back to work when our younger daughter turned 3ish (she'll be 6 in a few weeks).

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