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Their definition of a "working man" watch must be different from mine. $400 dollar watch would be a stretch for a "working man", much less a $4k watch.
 

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Their definition of a "working man" watch must be different from mine. $400 dollar watch would be a stretch for a "working man", much less a $4k watch.
maybe a working man back in 1904 was defined differently to today - although i doubt it.
 

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I would have thought that Seiko and perhaps Hamilton were the ones that really make watches for 'the working man'.
 

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Thanks for posting. Oris watches can be found for less than $1K new. I have a couple, and I guess I am a working man. They offer some of the best quality I have encountered for the money.
 

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I read it.

I like gear patrol and I like Oris watches. I don't mean they are cheap but in my opinion I think they offer high quality affordable.
 

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Thanks for posting. Oris watches can be found for less than $1K new. I have a couple, and I guess I am a working man. They offer some of the best quality I have encountered for the money.
I've started shopping for an Oris diver and it will be my first Oris. I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm a big Seiko fan. My 6105 8110 is my favorite watch that I own. I'd sell my Tag or Omega before I'd part with it. I'm a working man but Oris makes watches in my budget and I'm looking forward to becoming an owner.
 
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