Suggestions on a watch to buy that's all polished stainless steel not brushed or combo
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    Suggestions on a watch to buy that's all polished stainless steel not brushed or combo

    Hi I'm wanting to buy a high polished case and bracelet...everything I have is brushed or combo brushed/polished....so I'd like one that's all polished for something different. Saw some invicta but way too large for me....I need 46mm and under. Any suggestions? Budget is under 850 thanks

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    Suggestions on a watch to buy that's all polished stainless steel not brushed or combo

    You could always take a cape cod cloth to one of your existing bracelets or to any future bracelet for that matter. You don't have to buy one already polished. Not that you asked for opinions, but I am not a fan of a completely polished look. Cheapens it in my opinion.
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    Hmmm maybe you are right...not as classy. Would explain why most are at least a combo. Speaking of cape cod will it take out very fine scratches????

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    Anyone have any suggestions to look at? Or is that totally out of style?

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    Christopher Ward (well within your budget).

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    Montblanc and Breitling also have some in their range but they are outside of your budget (although I have seen a lot of Montblanc in the January sales....)

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    Re: Suggestions on a watch to buy that's all polished stainless steel not brushed or combo

    Quote Originally Posted by Dedhed View Post
    You could always take a cape cod cloth to one of your existing bracelets or to any future bracelet for that matter. You don't have to buy one already polished. Not that you asked for opinions, but I am not a fan of a completely polished look. Cheapens it in my opinion.
    This was my first thought also...find a watch you like and polish it up.


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    The Speedmaster is the only thing we took to the Moon that had no modification whatsoever Ė it was right off the shelf. Whatís interesting about my first one is that itís beat up, itís never been cleaned, itís never been repaired and to this day I can take that watch and wind it and it keeps time as well as the day I got it. And Iíve walked in space with it for two and a half hours and worn it on the Moon for over three days.

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    Squale 50 ATMOS. The rare fully polished diver that is in your price range. Can be had on a mesh.

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