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    GOOD MORNING WATCH SEEK COMMUNITY! (LF GMT CHRONOGRAPH)

    I am looking for a GMT Chronograph watch. It seems these watches are rare and expensive. My budget is around 1500 but could push it a bit. The only one I've really seen is Omega Aqua Terra GMT Chrono. Anyways, help in this matter is greatly appreciated!

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    I tried on that watch at the Harrods watch room,it's pretty amazing . If I were to buy a watch in the next couple of years ,that would be the one . Truly beautiful and must be seen to really appreciate it.

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    How about this? The Alpina Startimer GMT Chrono, there's one on eBay for $1450, or if you don't trust that, you could try looking for online dealers.

    I'm content with my watch collection

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    Longines Grande Vitesse Chronograph GMT, discontinued, possible to find one pre owned. One sold here last month for $1,000.

    Seiko Solar quartz chrono GMT at Jomashop for $240: Seiko Solar Diver Black Dial Chronograph GMT Mens Watch SSC015

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    Thank you all for your responses. You have made many more options to choose from :)

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    Breitling makes a Chronomat that is GMT. But way over that budget. Chopard has a Mille Miglia GMT Chrono, less than the Breitling, but still leaps over your budget. Also, I believe there is a Fortis B-42 GMT Chrono - and that would be closer to your budget, but still over. Maybe $2k pre-loved if you're lucky? Go ask the pros in the Fortis forum.

    I am assuming mechanical based on your other choices, but if you are interested in quartz/digital, the sky is the limit and you could get one in every colour with lots left over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CADstraps View Post
    Breitling makes a Chronomat that is GMT. But way over that budget. Chopard has a Mille Miglia GMT Chrono, less than the Breitling, but still leaps over your budget. Also, I believe there is a Fortis B-42 GMT Chrono - and that would be closer to your budget, but still over. Maybe $2k pre-loved if you're lucky? Go ask the pros in the Fortis forum.

    I am assuming mechanical based on your other choices, but if you are interested in quartz/digital, the sky is the limit and you could get one in every colour with lots left over.
    I own the chopard but must admit the fortis is a wonderful time piece.
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