My first post, so please bear with me. 4 months ago I did not own a "real" watch (automatic/pricey) but my nephew by accident sparked an interest in obtaining a so-called "real" watch. So I did a lot of research and given my price range and my interest in getting something that would stand out, I bought my Vostok Europe expedition northpole and felt that was it... But oh no - shortly after that I discovered this forum and the micro brand divers - especially Helson and after some consideration I took the plunge and bought my sharkdiver. A truly fantastic watch and I was absolutely positive that that was it. So now I have "the" watch I was looking for, so how come I still look for other watches? I have come to the conclusion, that being interested in watches, means I will be on a never ending quest for the grail that I will never truly find... But hopefully I will find a lot of semi-grails in my search, with the help of this forum and the fantastic knowledge you guys posses and are willing to share. Keep up the very good work!
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