I wish there were better squares..

The Seiko one was lovely but I don't trust their durability.

And the casio squares that I've seen feel cheap. This one above for sure. 

And many others come with leather which I don't purchase.

I'm not in a rush to get a square. They are just pretty nice and comfy sand I think they can look pretty cool.

That Seiko felt too feminine on me though so maybe they aren't really for me. 

I have a g shock squares but it's pretty huge. 

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I've tried a couple of "tank" style watches, but they all look really small on my wrist. I even owned one for a while (cheap fashion one) that I gave to a friend who loves it, but they just weren't for me. The only square I want now is a Monaco, which I can't afford. 

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You can get a brew retromatic copper pre owned for $550 

https://topperjewelers.com/collections/topper-pre-owned-select/products/pre-owned-brew-11728

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If you're looking at tank-style watches, I think you need to adjust your perspective on size.  People are put off by the dimensions, but they look best in smaller sizes and wear bigger than a round watch at the same diameter.  While I love the dial on the Cartier Tank Must XL and the dimensions seem reasonable, it's just too big for my wrist.  Something just seems off if it comes close to the edge of your wrist in a way that would be fine in a round watch.  As a reference, I always think about this guy...

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thekris

If you're looking at tank-style watches, I think you need to adjust your perspective on size.  People are put off by the dimensions, but they look best in smaller sizes and wear bigger than a round watch at the same diameter.  While I love the dial on the Cartier Tank Must XL and the dimensions seem reasonable, it's just too big for my wrist.  Something just seems off if it comes close to the edge of your wrist in a way that would be fine in a round watch.  As a reference, I always think about this guy...

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Ah yes I love Mike Tyson!

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thekris

If you're looking at tank-style watches, I think you need to adjust your perspective on size.  People are put off by the dimensions, but they look best in smaller sizes and wear bigger than a round watch at the same diameter.  While I love the dial on the Cartier Tank Must XL and the dimensions seem reasonable, it's just too big for my wrist.  Something just seems off if it comes close to the edge of your wrist in a way that would be fine in a round watch.  As a reference, I always think about this guy...

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And yeah i actually don't mind watches that are a bit big. Still trying to find my perfect size though. 

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44mm lug to lug is great like that Casio. And my g shock is bigger than the regular square g shocks so it's pretty much the biggest I can do. 

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VictorAdameArt

You can get a brew retromatic copper pre owned for $550 

https://topperjewelers.com/collections/topper-pre-owned-select/products/pre-owned-brew-11728

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That's nice thanks. Though not exactly my style.

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RobertWood

I've tried a couple of "tank" style watches, but they all look really small on my wrist. I even owned one for a while (cheap fashion one) that I gave to a friend who loves it, but they just weren't for me. The only square I want now is a Monaco, which I can't afford. 

Yeah I quite like a square chronograph. Never tried one though. 

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CitizenKale

Ah yes I love Mike Tyson!

I literally just el oh eled. 

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how bout this one? for just 30$ if i remember correctly

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Unholy

how bout this one? for just 30$ if i remember correctly

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Looks great but only if it ships with a bracelet.