Bryce Wrote:I am considering the idea of an Aquatimer for my work. Currently I wear a Gshock but I fancy something a little more special. Daily the watch will endure rain, dirt, oils, knocks and scuffs and I'm wondering if the Aquatimer is fit for this. I know there are options such as Damasko, Sinn and Bremont but I'm a loyal IWC fan and hope I can stay that way. I look forward to your thoughts Many thanksBryce
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Sinclair Wrote:Hi Bryce, welcome to the forum!I concur with Mark, the AT will stand all this no doubt but what you should at least consider is the Ingenieur Mission Earth.I wear and tear it since approx. two years now and I have not had any issue caused by external influence or rough nature. I admit the size might be a problem at first sight but in case you have a chance to try it on, please do so. However, if you need lume ( and I mean lume ) the AT will be the better option no doubt. From my point of view, I can only recommend the Mission Earth as a sturdy, robust and reliable watch for everyday use and you don't have to be too careful avoiding knocks and dirt.
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