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    Recommend an "interesting" watch for less than $2,000 (previously owned price)

    I'm looking for a watch that you wouldn't necessarily see on a regular basis in the non-WIS world.

    My preference is for a watch you'd wear on a strap. I'd prefer it didn't have a black dial. Something about the watch should differentiate it from the norm.

    As a starting point, I stumbled upon the Meistersinger line of one handed watches that I find appealing.

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    Re: Recommend an "interesting" watch for less than $2,000 (previously owned price)

    Meistersinger is certainly unique.

    Grand Sekio or other JDM models as another suggestion.
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    Re: Recommend an "interesting" watch for less than $2,000 (previously owned price)

    I find the Perrelet Jump Hour interesting.

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    Re: Recommend an "interesting" watch for less than $2,000 (previously owned price)

    Christopher ward also has an interesting jump hour. Nomos has amazing bauhaus style in house movement with fantastic finishes in that price point. Longings master collection retrograde. Maurice lacroix masterpiece collection has interesting retrograde collection as well with moonphases. Tissot and orient star has gorgeous skeletons around that price as well. Cant think of anything at the moment

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    Re: Recommend an "interesting" watch for less than $2,000 (previously owned price)

    "Interesting" is in the eye of the beholder!

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    Re: Recommend an "interesting" watch for less than $2,000 (previously owned price)

    Quote Originally Posted by BeerGuy View Post
    I'm looking for a watch that you wouldn't necessarily see on a regular basis in the non-WIS world.

    My preference is for a watch you'd wear on a strap. I'd prefer it didn't have a black dial. Something about the watch should differentiate it from the norm.

    As a starting point, I stumbled upon the Meistersinger line of one handed watches that I find appealing.

    STOP LOOKING! You have a winner there. If it is over budget, just wait a little longer to get what you want. That's a fine looking watch and definitely unusual.

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    Re: Recommend an "interesting" watch for less than $2,000 (previously owned price)

    NOMOS Tangente! You can easily find a used one for around this price for about 2K on
    Chrono24. (Prices listed by shops in Germany are better then personal sellers here).

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    Re: Recommend an "interesting" watch for less than $2,000 (previously owned price)

    What about a silver dial Hamilton Pan Europ? Or if you want to spend your entire budget, an original, limited production blue dial Pan Europ, if you can find a used one.





    I have a black dial one. It's quite a striking piece.
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