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Hello everyone, this is my first post on the forum but have been reading it for a couple of years now.

I would appreciate as suggestions of WUS members recommended watches around the £150-£250 price range. I have a large build (big boned ;-)) and therefore am looking for a big watch. It can be any type, chrono, auto etc.

Thanks is advance.
 

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Hi -

Check my answer over at the Affordables forum: Eddie Platt's new Precista quartz chrono...

JohnF
 

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Hello everyone, this is my first post on the forum but have been reading it for a couple of years now.

I would appreciate as suggestions of WUS members recommended watches around the £150-£250 price range. I have a large build (big boned ;-)) and therefore am looking for a big watch. It can be any type, chrono, auto etc.

Thanks is advance.
One of the Citizens maybe, such as the Calibre 8700? Reasonably chunky, perpetual calendar, interesting looks.
 

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I'm up for a shameless plug for the WUS shop. There is a lot to choose from and many well within your budget.
As price and body size were your only pointers I hope you might like what you see. Here is a starting point.

http://www.watchuseek.com/site/chotovelli_shop.htm
 
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