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    Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    What makes you to buy a quartz?
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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    Best as in most accurate



    Best as in most robust, accurate too as it is atomic snyc'd and solar powered.





    Best as in prettiest, most handsome. Quite accurate as well, for a non-HAQ.



    Very accurate and iconic as well



    Speaking of accurate non-HAQ, Precisionist are aces



    Best affordable quartz sporty dress watch



    OCW-S100 is 40mm all titanium, TIC Titanium/ TIC = Titanium Carbide Coating, sapphire crystal, solar charged atomic sync, perpetual calendar, 32 time zones (very subtle, almost hidden, around the chapter ring)









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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    I've bought two Tag quartz that were extremely accurate on an annual basis. They are not rated as a HAQ but they played the part pretty well.

    Currently I have a Citizen Eco Drive that doesn't seem to lose or gain at all either. I gave both of my Tags to my Brother as gifts. I like quartz watches provided they are well made with good QC as in the seconds hand landing directly on the markers. I wear autos a lot though :)
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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    Best I’ve bought: Grand Seiko SBGX 103



    Coolest Quartz:




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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    RAM rugged field watch: good-looking watch that fits great, and can take plenty of abuse (sapphire crystal & screw-down crown) for $50. I've been wearing it almost exclusively since I got it.

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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    Breitling Aerospace with the Superquartz COSC movement.
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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    Quote Originally Posted by yankeexpress View Post
    Best as in most accurate



    Best as in most robust, accurate too as it is atomic snyc'd and solar powered.





    Best as in prettiest, most handsome. Quite accurate as well, for a non-HAQ.



    Very accurate and iconic as well



    Speaking of accurate non-HAQ, Precisionist are aces



    Best affordable quartz sporty dress watch



    OCW-S100 is 40mm all titanium, TIC Titanium/ TIC = Titanium Carbide Coating, sapphire crystal, solar charged atomic sync, perpetual calendar, 32 time zones (very subtle, almost hidden, around the chapter ring)









    Wow! Very nice collection this is the first time I've seen the PVD version of the Bulova! Great! That Casio too! Wonderful!

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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    Most accurate is the Seiko chrono with the 7T32 movement, over 25yrs old and still running at minus 19sec./yr. It has never been stopped or serviced except for battery changes. I don’t know how Seiko selected their crystals then but for a non thermal compensated quartz it is remarkable.
    Most useful is the Longines Conquest VHP with it’s independently adjustable hour hand, my travel watch.
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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    I just bought a Tissot pr100 with an ETA in it and I'm hoping this is going to be my last everyday Carefree watch when the ETA takes a crap I'll just drop another one in it. I got back into quartz as I fixed a Movado for my mom putting a new 3 Jewel movement in as far as accuracy goes I only need so much accuracy I'm more interested in Crystal case and band as well as the dial layout

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    Re: Best quartz watch you have ever bought?

    Quote Originally Posted by leotWATCH View Post
    What makes you to buy a quartz?
    I'm curious, are all these threads you create market research for the watch company you're starting? Why don't you tell us about it?
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