Penfold wrote:Since I'm not allowed to wear a watch at work (security reasons ), I don't bother wearing one at all.
I'm really happy with it Del, what was a nuisance when I worked in the office if my watch used to catch on my shirt sleeve if it was a long sleeved one, I don't often wear LS any more.Del wrote:Oh chris .... let me get a bucket for the drooling....
That's so tempted me to buy online. Gorgeous pieces. The Russian ones have a steam punk feel to them.
Dug... I love Skagen watches. An elegant sophisticated timepiece. Seriously slim. That's what I love about it. You are going to love wearing it. (Gods.. I am in spruiker mode) Have to admit I love promoting them. I bought a skagen-like one last year. Love the mesh band too. Just realised I haven't worn it for ages. Can't think where it is either. Hmmm. Blast. I never misplace my watches.
Del wrote:Only thing about mesh bands is that some guys find they catch the hairs on their arms. No?
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