Oct 23, 20175504 views
Todays wrist-check is my newest work watch, the Pulsar PHX722 (VX42-X062)

This is 1 of 2 watches given to me on my birthday (yesterday), it has extended my growing work watch collection. The Pulsar PHX722 is not a bad looking watch as it falls in line with all my other black dial divers. As I retire my current Super ILLUMINATOR Casio at years end, this watch will fit the bill nicely with its unidirectional bezel, polished stainless steel case and Seiko movement. The cheap rubber strap was tossed into my box of forgot straps within an hour of unwrapping this gift - a Bond-style nato Strap was waiting in the wings. This watch like many before it will receive plenty of scratches, scars, and nicks but not to worry because theses are badges of a warrior - this is it’s destiny.

Movement: Hattori/Seiko VX42 Japanese Quartz Movement w/Hacking
Complication: Date at 3oClock
Case: 41mm Polished Stainless Steel
Case Back: Polished Stainless Steel
Crystal: Scratch Resistant Mineral
Bezel: 120-Click Unidirectional
Band: 19mm Silicone Rubber
WR: 100-meter



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That's a fine looking Swimmer Randy....and Happy Birthday late...(-;
Gugliermo
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Happy bday my friend. I got Einstein socks for mine :-)
WatchDoctor
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Happy Belated!
Vintage1982Benz
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Happy Birthday Randy! Great present you got there. Very sharp.
PetrosD
Thanks!
that's a rad watch. i love that thing. there's a close cousin almost just like it but is a solar watch, and has beautiful waves on the dial not unlike some Omegas, but at 43 mm , i still lean towards your simpler model and the case size is much more reasonable at 41mm :0
Danbo_de_Piano
All of my work watches follow the same look and feel, I lean more towards Casio but others have creeped into my small collection of watches for work. Link: https://www.massdrop.com/talk/153/wrist-check/1796748
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