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Hi guys,

I started thread a while ago, but now I actually decided to increase my budget, and changed my consideration set. Could you help me pick a couple of those? Ideally a combo that will cover all occasions and will have flexibility to change straps/bracelets.

1. Stowa Marine Auto (~$600)

2. Tissot Visodate (~$600)

3. Hamilton Jazzmaster 40mm (~$600)

4. Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Auto ($365)

5. Hamilton Khaki King Auto (~$400)

6. Vintage Omega/Longines/Hamilton in good shape (~$200-750)

7. Junghans Max Bill (~$750)

8. Meistersinger Neo (~$1000)

9. Nomos Orion Weiss (~$1500)

10. Stowa Flieger B (~$800)

11. Orient Vintage ($250)

12. Christopher Ward C5 Malvern Quartz ($220)

13. Mondaine Quartz (~$250)


Thanks in advance!
 

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I'm currently leaning toward the combo of Stowa Marine Auto, Khaki King, a vintage dress watch and a Mondaine. Feel free to change my mind!
 

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Omega PO / SMP or Breitling SuperOceanXL. If your not a watch sports guy hold out for a used Speedy.
 

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Maybe a Stowa Marine Auto (which imo can be worn as a dress watch) and a classic looking dive watch, like an Omega SMP or Longines Legend Diver. You seem to lean towards German watches. You could also get a Nomos Club Automatic, with or without date. I think its one for any occasion as well.
 

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If your not a watch sports guy hold out for a used Speedy.
I'm sorta with Ranger, I would spend the whole budget on a used Speedmaster and then add a watersports watch later. Or, just get a PO/SMP initially. I realize that you want to start a small collection, but your budget is enough to get a flagship! A $600 watch from that list will be easier to add later than a $2000 watch. Just my opinion, please feel free to ignore...
 
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