That's cause Omega doesn't rhyme with anything.............My first Luxury watch was a Pre Owned Credor followed up quickly with a Grand Seiko from the AD with a modest discount. Of the choice you mentioned, I would go Omega. It offers amazing value, and it's never mentioned in a Rap song.
I thought the DSOM is $12,000? Any ideas where I could get it for cheaper? I was thinking to essentially start with my first watch and purchase a few bands for it to make it flexible. Like a leather strap as well
Yeah I mean the Sportura models weren't terribly expensive. I think the most I spent was 600. It was the SNA451. Although if someone has a solution for the arm hair pulling of steel bands, please let me know. It's hellVery interesting you found Seiko watches so affordable when young 🙂
So apparently from what everyone's saying is you can't walk into a store and buy a sub. Is it true of all subs or just the ones worth buying? I'm just assuming there's certain models that don't get much attention or aren't as prettyMan you skip all the BS and just go straight for the good stuff. I like it. I would definitely choose the Sub from that list, especially if it’ll be a daily. Runner up, GSOTM, although it’s not listed but I think it’s more unique than the DSOTM. You can’t go wrong with any of your choices really.
I don't have a measuring tape on me at the moment but I have been able to pull off 46mm watches. Although I probably wouldn't wanna go with Breitling style watches that kinda look like wall clocks. I'm talking about some of the white face plate models I've seenWhat’s your wrist size, build, what’s your daily wear and how do you plan to wear the watch?
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You can find them on the grey market for around $9,000 or used for around $7,000.I thought the DSOM is $12,000? Any ideas where I could get it for cheaper? I was thinking to essentially start with my first watch and purchase a few bands for it to make it flexible. Like a leather strap as well
Well, I think most of us are suggesting the regular Speedy because of the heritage, and the wearability. If scratches are a concern, there is always the sapphire sandwich version. I found the DSOTM to be much too thick for comfort.You can find them on the grey market for around $9,000 or used for around $7,000.
People are recommending the regular Speedy pro but I don't see why you'd choose the scratch prone and frankly less technically interesting watch if you can swing the DSOTM.
So why is it even on your list? It looks to me like you’ve made a shortlist from other people’s favourites.1. Rolex Submariner (I'm not a huge fan of Rolex mainly because everyone and their grandmothers has one.)