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    Entry level swiss automatic

    I have 4 watches in my collection, all whit miyota movements (orient, seiko, lorus), but now i want to buy a swiss automatic, which ones do you recommend?, my budget is between 500 and 1500 dollars.

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    Re: Entry level swiss automatic

    Hamilton, Mido, Tissot, Certina, Longines

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    Quote Originally Posted by brrrdn View Post
    Hamilton, Mido, Tissot, Certina, Longines
    Ditto!

    Of those I am partial to Longines. I would also add Eterna.

    In your budget I would also look at used Omegas and other similar luxury brands. I buy a lot of my watches used to avoid as much depreciation as I can. And you can save some serious money buying a late model nice condition swiss watch on our forums. In that budget used I also love my Doxas, but its an acquired taste.

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    I'd look for used on that budget. Try looking from a trusted seller on here.

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    Nomos, Frederique Constant, Stowa, Nivrel, Limes, Longines, Ball, Oris...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpalmer View Post
    Nomos, Frederique Constant, Stowa, Nivrel, Limes, Longines, Ball, Oris...
    Nomos, Stowa, Nivrel, Limes aren't Swiss.
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    Wow your list is going to get long. I second Oris, Ball, Hamilton. Would be helpful to narrow it down by Style maybe.
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    Re: Entry level swiss automatic

    Quote Originally Posted by brrrdn View Post
    Hamilton, Mido, Tissot, Certina, Longines
    Agreed

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    Aquis





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    Re: Entry level swiss automatic

    Quote Originally Posted by Thetimepieceslover View Post
    I have 4 watches in my collection, all whit miyota movements (orient, seiko, lorus), but now i want to buy a swiss automatic, which ones do you recommend?, my budget is between 500 and 1500 dollars.
    TISSOT or perhaps LONGINES

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