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Hi guys.I'm curious if anyone else has the same problem as me.I am 6'2" tall and my wrist size is 6.75".You can call me tooth pick :( .The largest watch i own is a mm300 and i think i'm reaching my limit here.I've been looking at and drooling over some seiko tunas (6159 or sbdx011) but i realize that they would look "out of place" on my wrist.Cheers! ^-^
 

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timugot said:
Hi guys.I'm curious if anyone else has the same problem as me.I am 6'2" tall and my wrist size is 6.75".You can call me a tooth pick :( .The largest watch i own is a mm300 and i think i'm reaching my limit here.I've been looking at and drooling over some seiko tunas but i realize that they would look "out of place" on my wrist.Cheers! ^-^
I'm 5'6" with that wrist size and I'm willing to bet that with your extra height, bigger watches probably don't look as out of place as you think :)

Try a Tuna and if it really doesn't feel right, you can always find an eager buyer for it on the trading forum ;D
 

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I have a 6 inch wrist and where a monster, 6309, 007/009, orange knight.....and so on.. ;) . the only problem i have is finding bracelets that can fit my wrist :( . I have gotten many many compliments on the watches. :) . here i am wearing a black monster, i dont think it looks to big....


 

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It's a matter of what you think is right for you. I've seen guys with 6.5 inch wrists wearing 50mm watches and they think it looks fine. To me it looks like a clown watch on them. I have the same size wrist as you and for me 43mm is the limit.
 

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I've got an 8 inch wrist, and I would say that the Eco-Zilla is my absolute upper limit in terms of size. On the lower end, the Monster is the smallest that I'm willing to go.

Like many others have said, there's really no golden rule for watch to wrist ratio. Some people rock 48mm watches on 6" wrists, and some people wear 39mm watches with an 8" + wrist. It's really all about what works best for you and what you enjoy.
 
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