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1. Posted by olo (Budding Member 2 posts) 9y

Like the title says; which is the best watch for travelling? All round/environment specific etc etc.

It seems everything else is covered in great detail, or is time-keeping not as important when travelling?

Olo :)

2. Posted by Moony Moon (Budding Member 24 posts) 9y

I always like my G Shock............can handle loads of abuse and is waterproof.

Has never let me down............yet!


3. Posted by SonnyJim (First Time Poster 1 posts) 9y

Perfect travel watch IMHO is the Rolex GMT Master....never let me down, rugged and it'll last a lifetime.

4. Posted by carosterns (Respected Member 159 posts) 9y

I'm with Dale, I don't leave home without my GShock

5. Posted by Phobos (Budding Member 25 posts) 9y

Quoting SonnyJim

Perfect travel watch IMHO is the Rolex GMT Master....never let me down, rugged and it'll last a lifetime.

Nice recommendation considering 99.9% of the people on this board would rather spend that kind of money on their perfect travel watch instead of actually travelling

6. Posted by Budai (Respected Member 506 posts) 9y

I normally go for those that they sell/issue in the army.. real durable stuff, takes loads of abuse. (which seems to be the main reason they are built for, besides telling time, that is)

7. Posted by janetlynne (Budding Member 8 posts) 9y

I have a timex digital watch I use when travelling. It's cheap, so if it gets lost I won't be upset. It has an alarm which can be useful, although it's not really loud enough to wake me up in the morning, especially if I'm wearing earplugs! It has a light and a timer, also useful. I think that any watch like this would be good. I wouldn't want to wear anything expensive or flashy....I don't want any theives to notice me

8. Posted by JKA7042 (Budding Member 2 posts) 9y

I use a NITE MX20 watch, They are very good but a tad expensive.

9. Posted by DocNY (Respected Member 420 posts) 9y

Something cheap enough no one wants to steal it, but is waterproof and reliable.

10. Posted by dexter52 (Budding Member 2 posts) 9y

I travel with a sekonda. Cost me 12 pounds a couple of years ago. I can smash it, swim in it, trade it for a taxi ride if need be, and I won't get mugged for it. It also tells the time in every country in the world if you can add and subtract;). Awesome.