I'm getting a watch for passing my first year of university and lookin' for months now I've kinda found the style of watch I like most.
I can't really describe the style but here are some examples:
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak
Vacheron Constantin Overseas
The iwc ingenieur has the same design but is way to big, looking for something between 38-42 mm, and not to thick, as I have rather small wrists.
Really looking for that distinctive design, with the wristband fully connecting with the case, without the lungs (I hope I'm saying this right).
Problem with the watches above is the price, it's too expensive. In my country (Belgium) they are around 10 000 euros and my parents want to spend varying from 2000 to 6000.
And if it is possible at this price point, I would like a watch with an in-house movement. Really like the german engineering (nomos, glashutte original and lange sohne) and the french (a very impressive movement for the paris & rue royal), so please don't hold back on mentioning the most exotic brands, cause I really like understated watch brands (eg not rolex).
Not interested in 2nd hand watches.
Anybody advise on this?