Avant garde watches on a budget
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    Re: Avant garde watches on a budget

    More like, avant yuk.
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    Re: Avant garde watches on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeylacroix View Post
    At a little over $6,000, it (the Hamilton) brings normally incredibly expensive design to a much more achievable price bracket....The Masterpiece Mysterious Seconds ($13,900), announced at Baselworld 2013...
    Needless to say my definition of an affordable watch differs from theirs.
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    Re: Avant garde watches on a budget

    I kind of like the Seven Friday for a unique but relatively affordable piece.......I think they're about $1200
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    Re: Avant garde watches on a budget

    I like weird, but none of those appeal to me except the Ventura. Most of those dials are way too busy.
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    Re: Avant garde watches on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary123 View Post
    I like weird, but none of those appeal to me except the Ventura. Most of those dials are way too busy.
    Well that does it. I simply won't wear a watch Gary wouldn't!
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    Re: Avant garde watches on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by RBrylawski View Post
    Well that does it. I simply won't wear a watch Gary wouldn't!
    You are funny Mr. Rod. That Seven Friday is a tough read. It would look better hanging on the wall.

    I suspect there are a few watches you wouldn't wear that I would.
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    Re: Avant garde watches on a budget

    Quote Originally Posted by Gary123 View Post
    You are funny Mr. Rod. That Seven Friday is a tough read. It would look better hanging on the wall.

    I suspect there are a few watches you wouldn't wear that I would.
    You may be right, but I do like your avant guard tastes. Yes I do! I think that Angular Momentum of yours is really cool. And I kick myself for not being able to purchase the GO when you offered it.


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    Re: Avant garde watches on a budget

    I dig the ventura line up


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