I've decided my collection needs a dressy guilloche watch, but don't have the funds for a Breguet or something of the likes.
I've been looking through forums and the like, and have found two watches so far, but can't decide which to go for, or if there's something else on the market I should be looking at.
I'm looking at either a Tourby watch, like this:
Or the newer and slightly less known Ophion watch:
Both watches have about the same measurements at 39-40,5 mm case and about 9mm case thickness (excl. glass). Both watches also have CNC made guilloche patterns, which is a must for me, since I usually don't like stamped dials (they tend to look a bit like plastic imho). The Tourby watch has an ETA/Unitas 6498-1 movement, the Ophion has a Technotime/Soprod TT718 that's been very heavily modified. The Soprod movement has a more fluid sweep (4hz), hacking(!) and 5 days PR over the Unitas movement. The Tourby watch costs 1725 euros (incl. VAT) while the Ophion costs 2200 euros (excl. VAT), so the Ophion watch is definitely pricier. I have to admit I also like the Ophion more, but I'm not sure it's worth the higher price.
Does anyone have experience with either watch, or have some other recommendation in about the same price range?