So I am glad I didn't just purchase a luxury watch on the whim. I've kind of become a bit accustomed to automatics ... I have 2 Seiko 5's and just bought an Orient Ray II. I am looking at the following watches:
1) Rolex Oyster Perpetual 114300
2) Rolex Explorer current ref
3) Rolex Submariner (no date) current ref
4) Omega Seamaster Diver 300M (The recent release)
5) Omega Seamaster Railmaster (the current release)
Now what I want is a watch that will be accurate ... go for around 7 - 10 years without needing service.
A watch that will not be fragile i.e. if i accidently bump into a wooden desk I don't want to see things fall of the dial or the watch to quit functioning. Anti-Magnetism is something I am thinking about as well since I work next to alot of computers, network equipment (wifi radio signals e.t.c.).
Just wondering if my #1 Choice would fit what I described above. Or if I should look at the Omega's since they have ridiculous Anti-Magnetism support (I also assume they are pretty accurate - but can't find any specs). So far the Rolex OP ticks all the boxes for me (i don't care much for a date complication to be honest), but curious as to watch of the mentioned watches here would/should be the most accurate.