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California-based Sisu makes big omega replica watches, and that's all they do. However, there is more to the brand and its products than that, not least a healthy dollop of character. While size matters at Sisu, they offer impressive build quality and comfort, and the Sisu Carburetor Q1 watch I am reviewing today is a good example. Obviously going for a certain niche appeal, the question should be: for what the Sisu Carburetor Q1 is, does it do it well? Having had the watch for long enough to know it well, I hope my introduction to it will allow you to answer that question for yourself. Let's start at the beginning, and that is with the comically heavy box that the Sisu Carburetor Q1 comes in that kind of represents what the watch is all about. I normally omit the packaging when discussing a watch, but in this case it is notable. When I picked up the package, I knew what it was, but was confused for a minute because it is just too heavy for a watch, even with all the packaging, literature, and accessories that accompany some breitling replica watches (sorry, I didn't get to actually weigh it, but trust me, it's heavy). It is clearly meant to emulate military gear or a toolbox. Let's just say that it makes a strong first impression, and the watch inside appropriately follows up with a heavy, chunky, and knobby piece of wrist-equipment. The primary purpose of every Sisu watch is to make a statement with its size - there is no practical reason or benefit for 100m-water-resistant watches like this to be so big other than style, at least not that I can think of. It's a lot like the box it comes in that doesn't need to be so heavy but is meant to convey certain things about the watch or the wearer's values. When first asked to review a Sisu, I was hesitant because being familiar with the replica watches uk brand, it was questionable if my 6.5" (17cm) wrist would even be able to accommodate one. A personal anecdote: after initially getting into watches, it took me quite a while to warm up to anything larger than 38mm. Now, I will often wear a 37mm watch one day and a 44mm watch the next; I have also happily worn 48mm and 50mm watches before.

California-based Sisu makes big omega replica watches, and that's all they do. However, there is more to the brand and its products than that, not least a healthy dollop of character. While size matters at Sisu, they offer impressive build quality and comfort, and the Sisu Carburetor Q1 watch I am reviewing today is a good example. Obviously going for a certain niche appeal, the question should be: for what the Sisu Carburetor Q1 is, does it do it well? Having had the watch for long enough to know it well, I hope my introduction to it will allow you to answer that question for yourself. Let's start at the beginning, and that is with the comically heavy box that the Sisu Carburetor Q1 comes in that kind of represents what the watch is all about. I normally omit the packaging when discussing a watch, but in this case it is notable. When I picked up the package, I knew what it was, but was confused for a minute because it is just too heavy for a watch, even with all the packaging, literature, and accessories that accompany some breitling replica watches (sorry, I didn't get to actually weigh it, but trust me, it's heavy). It is clearly meant to emulate military gear or a toolbox. Let's just say that it makes a strong first impression, and the watch inside appropriately follows up with a heavy, chunky, and knobby piece of wrist-equipment. The primary purpose of every Sisu watch is to make a statement with its size - there is no practical reason or benefit for 100m-water-resistant watches like this to be so big other than style, at least not that I can think of. It's a lot like the box it comes in that doesn't need to be so heavy but is meant to convey certain things about the watch or the wearer's values. When first asked to review a Sisu, I was hesitant because being familiar with the replica watches uk brand, it was questionable if my 6.5" (17cm) wrist would even be able to accommodate one. A personal anecdote: after initially getting into watches, it took me quite a while to warm up to anything larger than 38mm. Now, I will often wear a 37mm watch one day and a 44mm watch the next; I have also happily worn 48mm and 50mm watches before.

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