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    The Best Bang For Your Buck In Your Collection

    Nominate the watch in your collection which you think delivers exceptional quality for the price. For me I think its my Tissot Visodate, what a stunner for the money. It just looks like its worth a lot more than the $600 price tag and you get sapphire crystal with an ETA movement to boot. I think it holds its own against very expensive company.

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    My Grand Seiko, no contest. I have owned other watches of similar style, with bracelet, etc. and this SBGR019 provides much more quality (to me) than other pieces that were/are, in some cases, much more expensive . . .
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    A.Lange & Sohne * Audemars Piguet * Blancpain * Cartier * Dornblueth & Sohne * Invicta * Jaeger-LeCoultre * Meraud * Rolex * Revolution Watch Company * Tiffany & Company * Tudor

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    Without a doubt ... My Grand Seiko !
    Packs one solid punch and kicks much higher than its weight ...

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    Re: The Best Bang For Your Buck In Your Collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Nishant View Post
    Without a doubt ... My Grand Seiko !
    Packs one solid punch and kicks much higher than its weight ...

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    Ok, biased certainly, but that is one beautiful timepiece!
    A.Lange & Sohne * Audemars Piguet * Blancpain * Cartier * Dornblueth & Sohne * Invicta * Jaeger-LeCoultre * Meraud * Rolex * Revolution Watch Company * Tiffany & Company * Tudor

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    My Lucien Piccard, it's withstood the test of time, like decades.

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    I make poor choices. None of mine have been incredibly good value, but I love em' anyway.
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    1981 Omega quartz. Received as a gift, nothing but battery changes for 30 years. Still runs fine.
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    Re: The Best Bang For Your Buck In Your Collection

    The best bang for your buck in Divers watches, PERIOD!!! The Vostok Amphibia. No other company will give you a reliable automatic Divers watch with a rating of 200 m for the grand price of $65 USD.



    The best bang for my buck as far as modern-styled diver's watches are concerned




    And the best bang for my buck as far as dress watches are concerned...specially as I paid $450 for it, instead of the $845 MSRP.

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    Hamilton Khaki King
    Hamilton Thin-O-Matic
    Omega Speedmaster
    Rado Diastar
    Seiko 007
    Seiko 5 Military
    Vostok Amphibia

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    I think for me its my bfk, i got it for well under the rrp and its a nice solid well built watch.
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    Re: The Best Bang For Your Buck In Your Collection

    Well, I can't really say I currently have on in this category. The only one might be my Ball Engineer Hydrocarbon chronograph because it was priced well under its competition. Ball has fixed that by raising their current prices.

    Chronographs: Breitling 2 tone Chronomat, Roger Dubuis Easy Diver, DeWitt Academia Sequential, Franck Muller Conquistador, IWC Aquatimer, Hublot Oceanographic 1000, Parmigiani Pershing 45, Royal Oak Offshore Gstaad, Franck Muller Vanguard Carbon, Franck Muller Conquistador, Chopard Mille Miglia, Zenith Defy Aero .. 3 Hand: Angular Momentum diver, Bucherer ScubaTec 2-tone, UN MM Diver 2-tone, Omega Ploprof, Ball Hunley, Omega SM 300 Master Co-Ax 2-tone, Zodiac Super Sea Wolf, Panerai Sub 106, Muhle Glashutte Rasmus blue

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