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    Thin Simple Watch

    Does anyone here have any very thin and simple yet affordable watches? My friend has the one in the image attached, and I want one very similar (I don't want to have the same one). Does anyone have any advice?
    Preferably under $200, with a smaller case. I have no preference of the mechanism, or second hands. Thanks!
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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    What is your budget?
    Do you have a preferential range for case sizes?
    Do you prefer auto, hand wind, quartz or do you not care?
    Do you want a date complication?
    Do you require the watch to have a seconds had? Do you prefer subsidiary seconds or central seconds?

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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    Edited it. Sorry about that!

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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    I've always admired the Daniel Wellington watches. Classic Warwick
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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    Your first three points of interest are thin, simple, and affordable. For me, the first word that comes to mind is Skagen. I think some of their inexpensive watches are very stylish, although some folks around here would call them a fashion watch, gasp.
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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    Citizen Stiletto?


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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    Citizen is the way to go at this price point. Just find any you like from Citizen and get it.

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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    Rodina automatic wrist watch will give you the antea KS/ Nomos Tangente look for around that amount.
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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by ed21x View Post
    Rodina automatic wrist watch will give you the antea KS/ Nomos Tangente look for around that amount.
    The dial is perfect but do you know of any similar watches that are thinner?

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    Re: Thin Simple Watch

    hmm... it's a bit harder to get thinner unless you go quartz, in which case the ecodrive/skagen are great suggestions. for mechanical, i'd say anything in the bauhaus style, similar to nomos, junghans, and stowa. more affordable versions can be found in the junkers bauhaus, zeppelin flatline series, and aristo 4h144q but won't be quite as simplistic as the ones you posted.
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