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  1. jrd5497

    jrd5497 Oakley Enthusiast

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    A friend of mine wants to sell me his Holeshot he now wears a Minute Machine and the Holeshot saw very little use. He lives a couple of hours away, so I haven't been able to try it on but am considering buying it. My only concern is that I have very small wrist. Is this a big watch? Also, how is the rubber does it breakdown over time? I currently wear a Fossil watch with the metal band and had to have a bunch of links taken out. Its just one of their stock watches with a smaller face, nothing special.

    I don't know much about Oakley watches as I have been more interested in their sunglasses, but am really considering this watch. What do you tihnk a fair used price for this watch is?

    Thank you all in advance for your help and information.
     
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  2. xmetalmaniac

    xmetalmaniac Made of Metal Premium Member Lifetime Member

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    Which holeshot is it? 3 hand version or 6 hand chrono? Also what color version is it? Some models were limited....
     
  3. V2oak

    V2oak Oakley Man from Manila

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    There are holeshot on sale at O-Vault. Try checking your local O-vault
     
  4. jrd5497

    jrd5497 Oakley Enthusiast

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    I'm guessing it is the 3 hand version. It has the white face on it. I just sent him a text asking for a picture of the face of it.

    I didn't even know to ask these questions so thank you for that.

    Unfortunately I don' thave an Vault store anywhere close by. I'm guessing Nashville or Atlanta would be the closest places around.
     
  5. jrd5497

    jrd5497 Oakley Enthusiast

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    It is a 3 hand version with a silver face
     
  6. BriP

    BriP X-Metalhead

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    3 hand is pretty plain, and more geared toward the feminine. I have a 6-hand (which means it has the chronograph subdials) with the stainless band that no longer sees use since i have switched to a timebomb. its a comfortable size on my relatively mid-smallish wrist
     
  7. jrd5497

    jrd5497 Oakley Enthusiast

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    I stand corrected again it is the 6 hand, it has the 3 chronograph subdials (told you all I didn't know anything about their watches). I assumed the 3 hand was referring to the 3 little chronograph subdials, since there was 3 of those. I'm guessing 6 hand is those three plus the hour, minute and second hands, correct?
     
  8. TheBayouBeast

    TheBayouBeast Oakley Beginner

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    the 6-hand is still a very small watch in comparison to alot that is out right now. It's alot smaller than standard 6900 Model G-Shocks if you can use that as a comparison.