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Best men's watch for male nurses

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That Guy has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Emergency/Cath Lab.

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Walmart special. $5. Toss it every few months. I keep the expensive ones for when I'm not working

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...stretchy metal band so I can mash it up my arm out of the way or take it off in a hurry....

That's a really good tip, thanks. I'm cheap-watch shopping and I hadn't even considered that.

Maybe I went overboard, because I got a Pebble.

Wow that thing is seriously cool!

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Love g shock. been using it for a while now haven't had any problems it's durable, looks sick and gets the job done for me.http://www.gshock.com/watches/Classic/GD100-1B

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Rolex Submariner. Classic, timeless, and stylish.

I'd like to get a Daytona later on

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ColoradoRocky specializes in PCCN.

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Rolex Submariner. Classic' date=' timeless, and stylish. I'd like to get a Daytona later on[/quote']

Yeah right. $8000 watch. For duty as an RN. Tell us, what color is the sky in your world?

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TU RN has 7 years experience and specializes in ICU, PCU.

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Timex Ironman. Cheap at ~$30, durable, and gets the job done. Blood done hanging in an hour? Use the timer. Taking a pulse? Digital with seconds. Get crap on it? Take it off and soak it in hot, bleachy water. I found mine at the bottom of a 15' pool while swimming laps some day. The next day it was still there so I took it. That was 3 years ago and I've only ever had to change the batts once.

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Any watch by jaeger lecoultre would be a good choice, however if you're on a budget, may I interest you in the casio CA53W aka watch of Walter White in the first few seasons of Breaking Bad, aka calculator nerd watch.

Hey it's good to be a nerd nowadays. Just to sell this watch with some facts. I own one. It works well. I use it when I take my exams since I'll always have math questions. It's $15. It's very light on the wrist, you won't even notice it.

Some cons would be no light, and large fingers.

Other than that, buy one!!

Choose your time piece wisely.

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My regular work watch is a Luminox BO, but I'll occasionally throw on my Omega SMP.

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Yes Gshock and timex are two good ones for men

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