So I finished my review of the EMG / HKED Nemo this weekend, and I was very impressed with just how well built it was for the cost. I think it's fair to say that the Nemo embodies why we love Microbrands - they just offer such great value!
An AR coated sapphire crystal, ceramic bezel, C3 Superluminova and Miyota 90S5 for $450 is one hell of a bargain.
Which got me thinking. The price of a watch isn't just determined by it's specs. Obviously a brand's history and design language also play a big part in determining value.
So my question is this: When was the last time you were pleasantly surprised by the quality and finish of a watch, given what you paid for it?
If anyone is interested in my thoughts on the Nemo here's the link to my review: https://www.watchthatsweep.co.uk/blog/hands-on-review-emg-hked-nemo
And my video review on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5tVsnys0aA