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Greetings watch-enthusiasts!

It would mean the world to me if you could help me find a watch.
I'm looking for an automatic men's watch with a perpetual calendar (day and date) that has a replaceable strap option. My preference goes to a ±39 mm stainless steel case with black dial that's not too busy but also not too empty; not too many bells and whistles as long as they're practical. A water resistance of ±100 meters would be nice. I would also like it if it wasn't too thick; around 9/10 mm.
Price range: <$150.

Some models I like:

Orient Union
http://www.orientwatchusa.com/collections/mens-watches/classic/ev0s004b

Seiko 5 SNK795 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0058VJWTQ/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=1K3LXEEXLD57V&coliid=IA6PW1DADKTHO

Victorinox Infantry
http://www.victorinox.com/global/en/Products/Watches/Leisure-watches/Infantry-Mechanical/p/241565

Thank you SO much if you're willing to help me and everyone else looking for something similar like me.
 

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What is going on here?

Anyway OP, you'll find lots of good options in your price range but is the day function a must for you?

Edit: just read that you also want a mechanical movement. For some reason I thought quartz.


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Not sure what's going on in this thread... but for anyone else, you don't mean "perpetual calendar". That term means a calendar that adjusts for the various lengths of the months, including February. Automatic ones are multi-thousands of dollars, and most are well above $10,000.

All you're looking for are day and date complications according the watches you've linked. Those are good choices... I'm partial to any of the affordable Seiko's myself.
 
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