T-Touch Expert Analog Display Swiss Quartz
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One thing that always fascinated me about Rick Grimes of The Walking Dead was that he wore a wristwatch. The battery will die, and then what will he do? Sure, he can probably find a stash of power cells and screwdrivers to pop open case backs and swap batteries to his heart’s content, but is that really top of mind during the zombie apocalypse? When safety and food are top priority, modern horological comforts just don’t make the list.
Early episodes of the show always got me thinking: what’s my zombie apocalypse watch? My stranded-on-a-desert-island timepiece that will serve me until I ultimately expire from hunger or the flesh-eating undead? We already established that quartz watches are off the table. What about a mechanical diver? A rugged Seiko SKX007 can handle almost anything I can throw at it, but mechanical parts wear out and it only tells the time. Any watch can be used as a compass, but wristwatch technology is advanced enough now that I can essentially strap a Boy Scout to my wrist. Why settle?
For starters, this watch fit for the end of times is not a Rolex Submariner, or frankly anything Swiss Made. Casio is really the brand that comes to mind, and even much of the US military agrees that G-Shocks are reliable and accurate instruments that perform with no maintenance under the most extreme conditions. You don’t just wear a G-Shock. You survive in it.
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