Watches - another passion of ours, it seems...post your pics!
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I'm wearing my Halios today.
I really like this watch because of the simple layout and ease of reading, even without my glasses.

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Without glasses? You need sunglasses with that lume!
 
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Without glasses? You need sunglasses with that lume!
Yeah, the lume can be pretty intense on this watch.
Ten seconds with a flashlight and it can be seen from space. :radioactive:

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1972 Oceanographer reissue...
 

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ORANGE overload!!!
 

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Another of my watches that is questionable but for whatever reason I have kept. I like the wrist band design, but not the case, movement is decent but barely so, and mineral glass that they chose to laser etch (thats what makes it seem to glow blue when light hits at the right angle) which seems like a large investment of time and effort for basic mineral glass.

Its a strange one, why I bought it of course, but peculiar in that half of it was done well (almost to an extreme) and half kind of so so. It does sit very well on the wrist and it keeps time surprisingly well. Auto wind is not particularly efficient but is functional over the course of a full days amount of moving around.

Anyways, thought I would share. I think the company that made this changed their name from Android to aragon, probably due to Google and Android, but that would be a guess.
 
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Another of my watches that is questionable but for whatever reason I have kept. I like the wrist band design, but not the case, movement is decent but barely so, and mineral glass that they chose to laser etch (thats what makes it seem to glow blue when light hits at the right angle) which seems like a large investment of time and effort for basic mineral glass.

Its a strange one, why I bought it of course, but peculiar in that half of it was done well (almost to an extreme) and half kind of so so. It does sit very well on the wrist and it keeps time surprisingly well. Auto wind is not particularly efficient but is functional over the course of a full days amount of moving around.

Anyways, thought I would share. I think the company that made this changed their name from Android to aragon, probably due to Google and Android, but that would be a guess.
Interesting share. It does seem like a bit of an odd duck, I get why there are conflicting feelings about it. :)
 
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When the sun goes down I ONLY wear watches that use GTLS(Gaseous Tritium Light Source)..If your not familiar it is tiny glass vials filled with a radioactive isotope that glows as the molecules decay.It does NOT need a light source to "charge"it to glow..I used to have a dozen or so different watches using it but nowdays only 2 as I totally downsized my collection to a simple rotation of 4 watches..
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