Today's watch is the 36mm version of the Marathon SAR behemoth and it replaced on my wrist the Seiko SGG731 that I wore yesterday.
Only then I thought that somehow I ended wearing the complete opposite of the SGG: White dial vs the charcoal dial of the SGG, steel vs titanium, automatic movement vs quartz and of course - the thickness because the SGG is one of the thinnest watch that I own while the MSAR...isn't.
However the MSAR is also one of the most wearable watch that I own and probably has the most legible dial in my collection.
Sometime it's not easy to slide it under a sleeve's cuff but it's really less of a problem than I thought, and anyway I'm not going to let something like work and dress code getting in the way of wearing my MSAR today.
I'm a big fan of watches that are interesting because they are either unique, have interesting features, well designed or simply offer a great value for their price.