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And sleep.

The Doppler is a premium round analog watch with a one-of-a-kind stainless steel bezel with big bold numbers, radial inspired dial, helicopter second-hand and a bullet-proof top-loaded case design. It is finished with a wide 30mm, genuine leather band and heavy-duty stainless steel buckle. The Doppler is part of the Doppler Family of watches which showcase an advanced case and lug construction. The stainless steel one-piece case construction is top loaded, creating added durability and clean lines while eliminating the need for standard case backs and paving the way for a quick-access battery hatch. The unique, teardrop-hinging lugs allow for a comfortable fit on any wrist.

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5 5

Love it!

I love this watch... It's my daily wear and I always get compliments on it. Whether you dress it up or down, it's a great accessory, has a great face, and a killer leather band. I travel extensively and this watch has been with me around the world. It's simple, clean and timeless.

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how big is the face to this watch?

how big is the face to this watch?

5 5

just sick

I have really skinny wrists and this watch still works. This watch has some serious weight. Also the 4 corners of the band hinges actually have hinges too so this thing can fit on literally ANY wrist comfortably without any issues. The housing is pretty tall though, you can't really tell from the photos.

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This is listed as being 50mm wide, which sounds HUGE. Is it really that large? Is there any way you can verify that?