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I looking to get watch. I don't have any specific watch in mind .I was hoping someone can suggest to me what to get. thanks
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You should at least indicate some genres, dress watch, diver, sporty chrono? Quartz or Auto? It would be pointless to post the millions of options we have at this point...
 

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Hi ,
I looking to get watch. I don't have any specific watch in mind .I was hoping someone can suggest to me what to get. thanks
Daniel.
There is an uncountable number of interesting choices that could range from a Oris diver to a Nomos handwind to a Junghans Mega 1000 digital to a Seiko Cocktail Time if your goal is to spend a good portion of the $1,200 So yes please narrow the choices. It could include features like dressy, sporty, mechanical, quartz, leather strap, steel bracelet, large size, small size, etc.
 

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May I suggest you go to Amazon or JomaShop.com, spend a few hours looking then come back with a couple of pictures of watches you like.
Then, we can advise from that....Good luck and good hunting.
 

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Look through the "What are you wearing" daily threads and see what strikes you fancy.

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Go big or go home! Get an Omega, something that can be passed down for generations. I bought this used for $1200 (ok $1275, but close enough)




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Vintage 1940s Longines Buships military wristwatch.

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Or a Seiko Astron.

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Flip a coin between the two.
 
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I think the OP has no idea of what he wants and is looking for some advice from those that maybe know a thing or two about watches. Hell, I still don't know what I want!
My advice is to keep it simple and go used with one of the old stand-byes, Omega, Rolex. If you end up developing your own tastes and your first "real" time piece isn't exactly what you want, you will always be able to get back almost all of you spent on it. Those are good pieces to start with.
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Daniel, there are thousands of options out there. Why not have a look on the daily WRUW threads and see what sort of thing you like?
 
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