rhipsher wrote:Hahaha. I'd be very cautious about wearing it in public without carrying my .45 ACP with me. That will be worn on special occasions only.
It's a beautiful watch, but isn't it a shame only to wear it at special occasions? I mean, it's a sports watch, it can take a lot...
I have a '09 Rolex GMT II Ceramic (got it from new) and I wear mine all the time. it almost never leave my wrist. I wear it no matter what I'm doing, working hard, playing wild, sleeping, diving or going to a black tie event. Isn't that what makes a great watch so special, it's always with you. Sure it got some dents and scratches, but that's just part of the charm, that's what makes it personal and what makes it mine.
I rather want a beaten and used looking watch that I can enjoy everyday, instead of a brand new looking watch that's been living most of it's life in a sock draw.
But maybe that's just me... it would be fun to hear what everybody else thing about this topic?