For us cheap bastards
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Some nice Timex choices and the super-value Casio MDV106-1AV
However too many wood watches
To many, cell phones have eliminated the main purpose for even owning a watch: telling time. But a watch can still be a very fashionable piece for any clothing ensemble. Do you really want to have to dig through your pocket anytime you need to know what time is it? Here is a look at the top 27 affordable Watches for Men
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That Aposon is "Swiss Made"?
Chaim would tip his cap, I'm sure.
“Jewelry isn’t really my thing, but I’ve always got my eye on people’s watches.” – Clive Owen
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Some interesting choices. If I had to pick one it would be the G-Shock. Although, I saw Hank Paulsen on TV recently and he was wearing a Timex Ironman...it went really well with his business suit? The Invicta is only 38mm so I would pass on that one due to size. I don't have a watch in my current collection under $50. The least expensive one I have is a G-Shock Tough Solar Atomic GW-6900-1 which I paid $68.51. Two eyed chronos have a certain appeal to me, so the Timex could be considered. Although it would be hard to find the Timex Waterbury pictured for less than $50.
"Buy what you like and can afford"
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I like the Timex they listed. Not too crazy about those wooden ones. I've tried on the U.S. Polo watches at Ross. They're mostly junk. Can't go wrong with Casio. Armitron should be on this list. They make some really nice cheap watches. And you can still find some of the newer Caravelles at Macy's for less than $50.