TW Steel TW905 50mm Watch

June 29, 2012

TW Steel TW905 50mm Watch Great looking watch with the bright blue contrasting against the black and gunmetal grey. Oversized crown is always a tough, manly addition.

Black leather strap, black PVD steel case, date, OS20 chronograph movement from Miyota, black dial with Anthracite numbers and blue detailing, waterproof to 100m (10ATM) and 2 year warranty.

This TW Steel TW905 50mm Watch is £310 reduced from £425 with FREE UK delivery. Enter – WATCHGEEZER10 – for £10 off any order.

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The Watch King – nice little selection of top watches from top brands.

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Rip Curl Detroit SSS Tide Watch

June 25, 2012

Rip Curl Detroit SSS Tide Watch Not sure why this watch is called ‘Detroit’ as the place isn’t anywhere near any waves but who cares, this is one kickass watch.

Always love a white face within a silver case and black numbering. The date to the left is unusual but I like it.

100% stainless steel strap and case, date, waterproof to 100m (10ATM) and 5 year manufacturers warranty.

This Rip Curl Detroit SSS Tide Watch is £160 and shipping is £3.

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Rip101 – another great surf store online for all your tshirt, shorts, jackets, sweatshirt and general surf brand needs.

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Casio G-Shock GA-110FC-1AER Watch

June 12, 2012

Casio G-Shock GA-110FC-1AER Watch The thing with this watch is that is’t probably impossible to lose. How could you miss this thing?!

Large 55mm case, stopwatch, 29 timezones and Water Resistant to 200m.

Plenty more Watches at End Clothing including more of these Casio G-Shocks in outrageous colours plus a nice selection of Tsovets.

This Casio G-Shock GA-110FC-1AER Watch is £125 delivery is £5.

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End Clothing – independent menswear shop with an intrawebsite on teh webs. Great range of brands and items.

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