Hello watch lovers!
This time I am asking a very simple question, but with a lot of subsequence debate.
Considering your daily watch (neither your luxury watch nor your fashion watch nor your "I-only-use-it-once-a-year" watch), what is the proportion between price and your salary?
Think in your monthly salary, clean on-hand money, after taxes.
For example, if you earn U$S 2000 per month and you wear on daily basis a Bond Omega SMP Diver 300, your estimate proportion is 1.
But if you wear a Tissot LeLocle (rated at aproximatley U$S 500), your estimate proportion is 0.25.
In the other side, if you wear a clasic Rolex Datejust (some model valued in U$s 6000) the proportion is 3.
Tell us your "proportion number" and what do you think about it!