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    Advice on watch.

    I want to get a quality watch to commemerate a special occassion (I have a budget of about £1000 - around $2000).


    My requirements are:-
    • Automatic.
    • Quality product - something to last for hopefully 30-40 years.
    • Good value for money.
    I've been looking around and like the Tudor Hydronaut II...so I was just wondering if anyone has a Tudor Hydronaut II (or I guess any recent Tudor model), and could advise on there experience (e.g. any problems they have had, does it keep good time, does it seem well built, another Tudor watch they think would be better).

    Thanks for any help/advice.
    Last edited by DJ69; April 28th, 2008 at 15:33.

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    Re: Advice on watch.

    30-40 years?? good luck

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    Marc Levesque has written a review on the Hydronaut. Try google

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    Re: Advice on watch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patstarrx View Post
    30-40 years?? good luck
    a watch can't last 30-40 years, why not?

    I'm on the assumption that the watch will outlast me.

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    My Lucien Piccard is 46.
    Quote Originally Posted by Patstarrx View Post
    30-40 years?? good luck

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    Re: Advice on watch.

    DJ heres a link that with in your $ range http://www.2000watches.com/vshop/bra...+II/index.html

    Every one else.. I was clearing making a statement. We all own numerous of watches that can last forever.. depending on the wearage.. Day in and day out 24/7 its a bit far stretched Gentlemen.. I Have watches for our ten years in boxes than are brand new! How about acuracy?

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    Re: Advice on watch.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patstarrx View Post
    30-40 years?? good luck
    My Mathey Tissot keeps great time, and its turning 70.

    Crooked date hate!!!

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