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women. I have several others that were made in the '90's and 2000's and are all in the 35-38 mm range (not counting my two faux Rolex's which are both 40 mm) Most watch companies still don't make much beyond about 44 mm or so. Invicta, Renato, Android are among the few companies that manufacture and sell watches at 50 + mm. __________________

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Originally Posted by Allan I don't complain too much I hope about larger size watches. My own preference is 4045mm. I just don't buy anything larger than 46mm. However, I do complain about the variety on shopnbc. There just isn't any variety in my size range...and before you say "there's plenty of watches in that range"...there's really not. Stuhrling has gone big, Andriod has gone big, and Invicta has certainly gone big, and Renato has always been big. Allen,

Stop complaining about watches being too large!  
Stop complaining about watches being too large!  

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