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Old 06-14-2014, 10:46 AM   #2551
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Hamilton is great, I would check out prices online though so you at least know where you can negotiate down to

@ the price range you could find some fairly nice vintage watches too, in solid gold even, but there's a risk due to fakes out there


I'd also take a look at Maurice Lacroix watches, I'm a fan of theirs, they've been releasing some watches at that price range too in recent times you may see something you like, but again that Hamilton is nice

these are similar looking to the hamilton and if you shop online you can find them anywhere from $1-2.5k
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I think id go with the Hamilton though
Those are nice! Any local dealers you'd recommend?
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no sorry couldn't recommend anyone local
i dont think they have any authorized dealers in vancouver, sorry i should have noted that in the last post :/

i know World Lux in seattle carries them but that's not exactly local, sorry :/
they've got a website too Fine Pens, Luxury Watches for Men & Women, Fountain Pens, Mont Blanc, Longines | Corporate Gifts

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Old 06-15-2014, 10:53 AM   #2553
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no sorry couldn't recommend anyone local
i dont think they have any authorized dealers in vancouver, sorry i should have noted that in the last post :/

i know World Lux in seattle carries them but that's not exactly local, sorry :/
they've got a website too Fine Pens, Luxury Watches for Men & Women, Fountain Pens, Mont Blanc, Longines | Corporate Gifts
thanks for the link. I have a feeling this hobby will get expensive.....

here's another that i just fell in love with. Ball fireman classic...


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Old 06-15-2014, 06:20 PM   #2554
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yep there are definitely a lot of nice designs out there and prices can get really crazy

it would probably be best to strike up a relationship with a local dealer, as long as you can get the watches at a fair price, but it never hurts to shop online

places like Jomashop authenticwatches ashford even costco.ca are all well priced and legitimate websites to buy off of it's just that warranty wont be covered by the manufacturer and so these sites usually provide their own warranty

you could also check out ebay there are some good and reliable sellers on there or even watch-centric website forums that offer great info and dealers which sell in their classifieds sections watchtalkforums.info Watchuseek timezone.com
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Old 07-01-2014, 11:08 PM   #2559
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looking to buy a starter watch in the $500 dollar range. something more casual and less business and preferably not a designer brand watch (gucci, armani, lv, etc). could one of you watch aficionado's point me in the right direction thanks!

so far i've been looking at movado, bulova, and seiko
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If I had $500 to play with and I wanted a decent watch, I'd get an automatic Hamilton Khaki King off of Ebay.


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Orient Blue ray for sale comes with originial bracelet and rubber strap and a leather strap with box and everything. 100$

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that's pretty nice,black everything....i've bumped my g shock plenty of times working on cars and not a scratch.
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Steinhart OVM. Great watch for $550 after all
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boys, i'm looking ot buy a new watch, ~1500

not looking for hamilton, orient, rolex, paneri etc.
I do have a few econ citizen because i'm a diver.
love my luminox, dream watch is still the chopard milie migila XL.

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boys, i'm looking ot buy a new watch, ~1500

not looking for hamilton, orient, rolex, paneri etc.
I do have a few econ citizen because i'm a diver.
love my luminox, dream watch is still the chopard milie migila XL.

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I'm confused.
You are looking for a watch that's is around $1500 and you are not looking for Rolex and Panerai (Obviously, because you can't get any of them for ~$1500 anyway).
Now you are posting two pictures as a reference.
One is the Seiko SRP449 which go for ~$250.
Second one is the LOUIS ERARD REGULATOR W/ POWER RESERVE which goes for ~$2500.

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For $1500 range I would maybe suggest a newer Oris Aquis.
What style of watch are you looking for anyway? Another Diver? Dress? Pilot? Tool? Chrono? Taller or thinner case? Swiss? German? Jap?
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Invicta Grand Diver Automatic. I'm sure the MSRP is close to 1k for the watch (b/c Invicta) but you can pick one up for about $200.

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Invicta Grand Diver Automatic. I'm sure the MSRP is close to 1k for the watch (b/c Invicta) but you can pick one up for about $200.


Cool Seiko MM600 (SBDB001) clone. Interesting.
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Oris Challenge International de Tourisme 1932 Limited Edition, lot's of my peers wear really douchey metal band/huge face watches.. and square toe dress shoes :s Circa 2004.
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joquio: i'm a diver at heart so i'm into a lot of diver watch. The louis regulator watches MSRP is 2500 but they go for ~1190.

Oris was sort of on my list for a while, somehow the minutes hand being totally off really attracts me.



love this one as it's diver like and it's a regulator. only problem with Lousi erard is that it's hand wind movement.

this is my next one. citizen, MOFO like a tank... 53 mm
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looking to buy a starter watch in the $500 dollar range. something more casual and less business and preferably not a designer brand watch (gucci, armani, lv, etc). could one of you watch aficionado's point me in the right direction thanks!

so far i've been looking at movado, bulova, and seiko
Best bang for your buck in that price range is probably a Nixon.

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