I'm not a fan of the speedy myself.
And don't think a tool watch should have anything less than sapphire crystal. I don't think This isn't a tool watch, not with a hesalite crystal.
Same for rolex. The originals were tool watches, but today's iteration is certainly not.
By sticking to its heritage, no longer makes it a tool watch.
If a tool watch 'has features that accomplish specific tasks beyond simply keeping accurate time' then shirley the moonwatch, which has a hesalite crystal for a very specific reason, is a tool watch?
You an astronaut?
Or are you more likely to bash it against a desk. Or run it against a wall or door frame?
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