Purchased a Nomos Zurich in advance of my daughters birth earlier this year. I recommend you make the GO happen as my time to appreciate watches has dwindled, but every time I look at my Nomos I am happy with the choice while knowing another watch is not on my radar for quite some time.My 2020 plan is to simplify the collection to only few pieces that I will wear frequently and sell the rest. I will want to add a Glashütte Original in 2020 to celebrate the birth of my daughter. I have a feeling that this will take most of my free time next year, not watches ��
If you only learn just two things about watches it’s never buy a watch on a credit card and...
NEVER BUY A WATCH ON A CREDIT CARD!!!
But with my 2% cash back card that is like a free strap with each watch purchase! But yes, never pay for a watch when you don’t have the money in the bank to immediately pay it off
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Oh I agree with all of the above. I avoid putting anything on credit unless I have the money to pay for it outright before my statement is due... However that line is getting a little finer with all this new watch temptation haha.Cash back, buyer protection and pay it off as soon as you get the bill. Under those circumstances I would always use a credit card.
Sounds familiar. I don’t plan to save up for a really big purchase, but I want to break my cycle of buying and flipping and enjoy my small rotation of affordables for a while. Then maybe make a fun purchase for my 40th (in 2021).I turn 40 in 2022, so my plan is to just save up all year to be able to afford something at the next level to commemorate. There’s a slight chance I’ll switch out my beater—a Vostok Amfibia that I’ve fallen out of love with—and an even slighter chance I make a splurge for a Certina GMT Powermatic 80. But I’m really going to try and just save, save, save!