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    The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    Hello,

    I've been looking for quite a few weeks for a new watch to add to my collection, and I even started a thread looking for watches like Raymond Weil, Oris and Frederique Constant.
    Let's just say thats water under the bridge, since I've decided to increase my budget up to 5000 or 6000€.
    So whats your opinion about the best swiss watches, chrono or not, I can get for this budget?
    I'm looking for a watch I can use on a regular basis, and I have already a diver, Omega PO 8500 (wearing it right now).

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    Re: The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    Chopard - L.U.C. 1937 Classic, 168544-3001, is worth checking out.

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    Re: The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    Some other manufacturers with quality products:
    Rolex
    Jaeger leCoultre
    German Glashütte Original

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    Re: The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    I think that a DJ 116300 will be around 6.000€



    you can get a 9300 Speedmaster
    (forum pic)



    A Navitimer 01



    a Transocean 01



    an el Primero 36,000VPH or a Captain...(forum pic)




    IWC Pilot 3777 (not in-house caliber)



    espero ter ajudado....
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    Re: The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    JLC is the best bang for the bucks...
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    Re: The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    How about Ulysse Nardin Marine ?
    Absolutly gorgeous



    Or Cartier Roadster Chronograph ?



    A nice Panerai is always a good watch to choose!!!

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    Rolex Submariner 16610 Caliber 3135
    Rolex Daytona 116520 Caliber 4130
    Omega Planet Ocean Chrono 2218.50.00 Caliber: Omega 3313

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    Re: The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    Black face TransOcean:

    Attachment 974365

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    Re: The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    Something not so ordinary: Zeitwinkel.
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    Re: The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    In that range I'd be looking at JLC, Rolex, Zenith, Breguet, (considering you already have an Omega).

    If you're willing to consider German then add GO to the list, and if you can wait the better part of a year, Dirk Dornbluth will make you something nice (well worth the wait).
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    The best Swiss watches have to offer (5000-6000€)

    If a chrono, then Zenith is in your budget, and one of the most respected chronographs made at any price.

    You might find a steel hand wind JLC in your budget, but there you are giving up complication for a hand-finished movement of classic ancient horological beauty.

    In both cases, you'd be buying on the value end of those manufacturers' product lines.

    Rick "unwilling at the moment to invest that much in a single watch" Denney
    Zenith: Captain Chronograph 03.2110.400*; Cartier: Santos 100 XL Concord: Mariner, C1 Big-Date, C1 v.2 Chronograph; Ebel: Chronosport 1134901, Tekton 9137L83*, Type E 9137C41* (*=COSC)
    Ebel: 1911 BTR 9137L73* and 9139L71*, 1911 1120L41*, 1911 Senior 9080241, Brasilias 9120M41 (2), Aquatica 500 9120K61, Classic Hexagon GMT 9301F61, Classic 100 LE 9120R41; Baume & Mercier: Capeland World-Timer
    Heuer: Carrera 1964 Re-Edition CS3110; Maurice Lacroix: Masterpiece MP6439; "Seagull": 1963 Reissue cal. ST19; Seiko: Black Monster SRP307; Poljot: Sturmanskie cal. 3133; Tissot: T-Touch Lew and Huey: Acciona
    Vintage: JLC: ref. 2953, ca. 1946; Longines: Flagship cal 285; Zodiac: SST cal. 86, Aerospace GMT cal. 72; Favre-Leuba: cal. 253; Tianjin: Dong Feng cal. ST5; Elgin: Gr. 152 (1898), Gr. 384 (1919); Ebel: ca. 1962 ref. 9214955
    WUS: ST5 Project Watches (Black and Blue), F72.2014.DG3804 (Gray and Cream); Swatch: Sistem 51 Blue; TNT: Rattrapante cal. Rochat 7750+RAT-1

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