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    Looking for a skeleton watch

    I've always loved the looks of the Chronoswiss Opus, but it's unfortunately well out of my price range. Does anyone make a similar watch that's under $500?

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    Re: Looking for a skeleton watch

    Not like that, checkout Kenneth Cole.

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    Re: Looking for a skeleton watch

    check out rougois. i cant comment on quality (since ive never owned one) but it looks like they have skeletons in the $200 range

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    Re: Looking for a skeleton watch

    You can probably find a swatch irony body & soul for around $120.

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    Thanks for all the links! I'm aware there are lots of other skeleton watches out there, but there seems to be a huge jump in finish quality. All the watches I'm seeing under $1,000 look poorly finished on the internal components (often with extra pieces of stamped metal to make them look more complicated). I wasn't just looking for any skeleton style, but one similar to the Opus.

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    Re: Looking for a skeleton watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Noobie View Post
    Thanks for all the links! I'm aware there are lots of other skeleton watches out there, but there seems to be a huge jump in finish quality. All the watches I'm seeing under $1,000 look poorly finished on the internal components (often with extra pieces of stamped metal to make them look more complicated). I wasn't just looking for any skeleton style, but one similar to the Opus.
    Well, you can't have such a Chronoswiss or any other watch with a chrono movement like that for 1000 bucks.
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    Re: Looking for a skeleton watch

    Just for the eyes......
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    Re: Looking for a skeleton watch

    check out steinhart, they make a nice skeleton but its somewhat pricey

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