I'm fairly new to the world of watches. Yet its started to peak my interested in the past couple months. I have been wearing a fossil watch with a leather band for the past 6 months and have gotten surprisingly a lot of compliments on it at a college campus. So I started to explore some fashionable watches struggling to achieve a good recognizable trendy name brand along with quality and durability. Thankfully after poking around this forum I avoided buying a Michael Kors big ticket watch today. I purchased two fossils though and have my eyes set on one more. Here are my watches.
the one on my left is my trusty old fossil, just replaced the battery it looks good after some clumsy incidents.
I just purchased the center one for 110 after a 25% off sale. I like the look, and got the stainless steel instead of the silicon wristband for style, yet I really like the leather feel of my first watch because I feel I'm in between links on fit.
The one on the far right was on clearance for 52 and then they took an additional 25% off so I was pleased to pick it up for 40 bucks with a stylish look.
The last watch I really want is their ansil style rose gold with a leather band which wasn't at the store, I pretty much love everything about its look.
So my question is before I start building a big collection of watches with fossil, am I setting myself up for disappointment in quality for the price? Should I stray away from the stainless steel one for 110 and save for a more quality watch that has that style? I just want to ask for any advice from those that have learned from experience. I'm open to any advice on the topic. I can easily return my two purchased watches and mismatch buying another watch in the price range.
Thanks for any help on the topic!