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    Sporty watch in addition to Ebel

    My Ebel Tekton Titanium is off for service for a few months, and I am just left with my dress watch. Looking to possibly add another casual watch within $6k range, give or take a little. Not a rush so can wait to save up a bit more. Doesn't have to be a diver.

    Looking for something that would complement it. Something at least 42mm. Considered Milgauss, and like it, but too small for my taste. Like Big Pilot and SD43, but they are more than I want to spend. Also like Seamaster (not PO). I realize this is a mish-mash of very different pieces, but those all speak to me. Looking for suggestions!

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    Re: Sporty watch in addition to Ebel

    A Panerai? An AP? IWC?
    "Either he's dead or my watch has stopped"
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    Re: Sporty watch in addition to Ebel

    Does the Oyster Perpetual do it for you?

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    This should do I guess 🙂 I am certainly enjoying mine.
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    Re: Sporty watch in addition to Ebel

    Easy Rolex explorer 2, 42 mm polar. I don’t know how I do this for the money

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    Re: Sporty watch in addition to Ebel

    Thanks all! Sure wish Ebel didn't scale down, then I might have stayed within the family so to speak. IWC has a couple of pieces I like other than BP so am definitely keeping them in the running.

    Need to try on the Explorer 2 in person. Not easy to find Rolex stainless steel models but I also haven't been hunting for that one.

    Might just take a bit more time and save up for BP, SD or something else in that price range (fifty fathoms?). Just feel odd not wearing my causal watch.

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    Re: Sporty watch in addition to Ebel

    Several options; Omega, Rolex, Tudor. All meet the criteria.

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