This is my very first post so be nice :).
I have always liked watches but have never bought a quality swiss watch before. I have only been interested in Fossil and Armarni however recently I have seen the light and now I'm in the market for a quality Swiss watch.
My budget is around £300-400.
I have found the Raymond Weil for £388 Tradition 9576-STC-00200 Mens Watch - Tradition 42 mm Steel on steel day and date at 12 o'clock | RAYMOND WEIL Genève Luxury Watches, I just want your thoughts on the brand and how good the watch really is? Is it good value for money? It rrp £775 so it's quite a good discount. Also where do Raymond Weil come in the watch heriarchy? I've heard they are near Tag?
The Tissot is £335 Tissot PR50 Le Locle Gents Watch | T41.1.423.33 | Watches | Goldsmiths. I like that it is automatic however if Raymond Weil is the better option I wouldn't worry too much about that. What are people's thoughts about Tissot? and this particular watch? is it good? which one would you choose and why?