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    Beginners choice

    I have 2000 euros to spend but I know nothing about watches I like slim watches that aren’t fussy any advice appreciated. Thanks

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    Re: Beginners choice

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    I have 2000 euros to spend but I know nothing about watches I like slim watches that aren’t fussy any advice appreciated. Thanks
    Watches are very personal things, but you could probably buy a Hamilton Intra Matic and an Oris 65 for 2000 Euros if you go grey market.

    That's a relatively slim dress watch and a slim-wearing (for a diver) dive watch.


    I'm biased though because I own both and don't really wear any of my other watches anymore.

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    Re: Beginners choice

    Do you have any preference on size, case material, dial color, features (diver, chronograph, GMT), etc?

    For 2000 Euros you have a host of options.

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    Nomos manual wind models will fit your requirements perfectly
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    Re: Beginners choice

    How about this Omega Railmaster?
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    Omega Speedmaster Reduced

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    Re: Beginners choice

    If you like slim nonfussy watches, why not buy the non-limited edition Citizen Eco Drive One? I think you can get it right near your budget. They're just a bit over 3mm thick. Otherwise, if you haggle, most of the NOMOS that retail a bit above your budget are in the 6-8mm range. A Citizen Stiletto is around 500USD at 5mm and change. Other than these, most other "thin" watches are going to be at 7mm or (much) thicker.
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    Re: Beginners choice

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    Longines Flagship. 34.5mm diameter, 7.5mm thick, automatic. Less than $1000 at Jomashop until 2/6/18.
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    Re: Beginners choice

    That Longines is pretty cool. I also like the Hamilton / Oris option.
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