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Skiing - decision what to wear

February 9 2013 at 9:31 PM
Ed  (Login Lasmo999)
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Panerai 194
IWC Big Pilot
IWC GST Chrono Rattrapante
Rolex SeaDweller
JLC Reverso Duodate


Probably go with the Roley Poley as it is smaller and least prone to damage....

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stefanos
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Re: Skiing - decision what to wear

February 9 2013, 9:46 PM 

Between pam 194 and iwc big pilot

 
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docfink
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Can you say "G-Shock"??

February 9 2013, 9:59 PM 

Seriously, any of those listed would be fine, but the Rolex is probably the toughest.

I had a spill a few years back while skiing and my JLC came flying off its strap from the impact. The springbars let loose! The watch was fine, but it was a reminder that bad things can happen. Consider your options.



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Jay
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+1 on G Shock

February 10 2013, 1:14 AM 

Burton LE comes to mind happy.gif

-Jay in Northern NJ happy.gif

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JBS
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I was going to suggest the 194 but would have to agree that the G Shock

February 10 2013, 2:01 AM 

would be the best choice for skying.

Pam219; Pam368 (Pam382; Pam112 & Rolex GMT MasterII - gone)

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