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$9 for a watch that simple and beautiful!
Turns out they have a white faced one as well….At this price, I’m getting one of each!
I love my Citizen blackout: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005DC48VW
Being the watch snob that I am, I think the best deal here is the Skagen. Hands down.
Great, classic design built on a solid quartz movement. You can’t beat it.
Movado makes great looking black on black watches. I’m assuming they were a little pricier to make this cut. If you can afford a Movado, I highly recommend them.
watch snobs don’t care about quartz
i like stuhrling original skeletonized automatic watches, i have this one in rose gold: http://www.shopnbc.com/SearchM/Default.aspx?page=LIST&free_text=alpine%20challenge
this is nice for all black: http://www.shopnbc.com/Invicta_Men_s_Russian_Diver_Mechanical_Skeleton_Ceramic_Watch/J407740.aspx?storeid=1&track=-20101&cm_re=SearchList-_-N-_-N&page=LIST&free_text=skeleton%20watches
I really like my new Lambretta I got recently: http://www.lambrettawatches.com/products.php?id=33
If you really want *all* black then not much is going to match Vestal. The bezel has a single line of silvers but the face doesn’t even have numerals to clutter it up.
I picked up both the black/black and white/black Casio watches. Should be here tomorrow.
My Casio arrived today. It’s still pretty slick for a 10 dollar watch, but definitely doesn’t look as nice in person as it does online. Still, I like it well enough and I can wear it in the garage without worrying about breaking it.
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