Just wondering what you guys/gals feel would be a good "entry-level" power-reserve indicator timepiece. Well, I am fascinated with this feature, and although it is simple concept, would prefer all my wristwatches to have it (as I do not have a winder).
I have been looking to find such an 'entry level' timepiece as far as price is concerned, and it seems that Glycine's Power Reserve (46mm) is just under $1800. Although kind of big, I would like something more in the 44-45mm range.
The Glycine features the ETA Valgranges A07.161, which I imagine is a good quality 'entry power reserve' movement (considering it is an ETA movement/not in-house for companies choosing to implement it into their wristwatch collections).
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
P.S. Loving the new Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Tourbillon in rose gold.