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    Purchase Help

    So to start out I am new here. I know this is a question that gets posted a lot I am sure but I still need help so I will ask anyway.

    I am in the market for a new watch. I have about $700 to spend and am looking for ideas. I do like a little bigger watch anything around 45mm and up is my territory. I like dive watches but it is not a must have in this new watch. This will be the first time I will be spending this much on a watch as well so I want to get a solid nice watch and I know there are tons of options. Swiss or Japanese movement is not a huge issue. I have been told that $700 for a Swiss Mov. is not considered that great as in it is on the low end of Swiss quality. Either way just looking for brands and ideas.

    Just to give some brand considerations I have been looking at, I have considered Tendenece, Citizen, Bulova, but I am stuck. PLEASE any help or ideas just to get my brain flowing will be awesome.

    Thanks Everyone!

    -thegreatbambino86

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    Re: Purchase Help

    Quote Originally Posted by thegreatbambino86 View Post
    So to start out I am new here. I know this is a question that gets posted a lot I am sure but I still need help so I will ask anyway.

    I am in the market for a new watch. I have about $700 to spend and am looking for ideas. I do like a little bigger watch anything around 45mm and up is my territory. I like dive watches but it is not a must have in this new watch. This will be the first time I will be spending this much on a watch as well so I want to get a solid nice watch and I know there are tons of options. Swiss or Japanese movement is not a huge issue. I have been told that $700 for a Swiss Mov. is not considered that great as in it is on the low end of Swiss quality. Either way just looking for brands and ideas.

    Just to give some brand considerations I have been looking at, I have considered Tendenece, Citizen, Bulova, but I am stuck. PLEASE any help or ideas just to get my brain flowing will be awesome.

    Thanks Everyone!

    -thegreatbambino86
    Maybe a Stowa Seatime would be to your liking... It is 45mm but from what I've heard, it wears a bit large (more like 44mm..)

    Stowa Uhren ab Werk bestellen und online kaufen

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    Re: Purchase Help

    Does pilot style appeal to you?

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    Laco Nurnberg Type B Dial Hand Wind, Mechanical Pilot Watch. Around $500usd.

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    Re: Purchase Help

    I do like the pilot appeal. Thanks for the ideas. I like the Stowa suggestion but they are going for just over my budget at $900. Any other suggestions?

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