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What are your thoughts on Raymond Weil watches???? They seem to be nice watches for the money, and sold at fine jewelers. But it's hard to even find a forum that talks about them.

What are your experiences, if any?

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Right.... but no dedicated forum.... what gives?
 

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Right.... but no dedicated forum.... what gives?
Yep, no forum. Up to now there hasn't been much (!) interest which is also mirrored in the number of threads over the years. Maybe RW watches are underestimated maybe not. Fact is that there is less interest than in other makes like Tissot, Hamilton. Baume & Mercier is another manufacturer who's not getting that much attention. For the time being - there will be no RW Forum on Wus. RW is pretty good covered on Public.
 

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:-( Dang and not one for Duc Oger as well.
Yep, no forum. Up to now there hasn't been much (!) interest which is also mirrored in the number of threads over the years. Maybe RW watches are underestimated maybe not. Fact is that there is less interest than in other makes like Tissot, Hamilton. Baume & Mercier is another manufacturer who's not getting that much attention. For the time being - there will be no RW Forum on Wus. RW is pretty good covered on Public.
 

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They are not as popular because (IMHO) they lack a "Flagship" mass appealing model within their collection.
If i'm not mistaken they don't even have ONE dive watch in their collection, which is a paradigm, considering all the small
boutique brands that solely sell dive watches.
Now, this doesn't mean that they make a bad watch, they are well built and offer good value.
They need a "PO" type watch that will garner a bunch of snotty fan boys and then, only then they will be worthy of
their own sub-forum.
My 2 cents.
 
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