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I've always thought the Max Bill was closer to the Bauhaus style.I saw a chrono recently in person. Very nice watch for the price and very wearable for business and casual. I wouldn't hesitate to own one.I agree on the sport white dial version but the Pilot might sway you a bit.Not just the pilots but I had an Antea. The case and movement beautifully finished for a 1k watch. Nicely made watches.
[[SPOILER]] You certainly have a type.Overlooked in that pile is probably the CWC. Great looking poor man's watch. Is that a Khaki top right or something vintage?
I love this statement. As though no one has considered this...http://www.wired.com/2015/03/yes-theres-market-10000-apple-watch/
People who can't see. Good luck with whatever you decide.
Steinhart. http://www.steinhartwatches.de/en/Nav-B-Chrono-44-stainless-steel-bracelet,165.html It will be challenging to find a chronograph for that price let alone a pilot. Maybe a quartz?
I like a lot of the suggestions above including the Longines but I thought I would offer less expensive alternatives based on your favourite four watches above. 1. Rolex...I don't think you will find anything really close to the deepsea other than the deepsea itself. However, as mentioned above Tudor is the closest thing to Rolex without being a Rolex. The Black Bay or Pelagos (if you actually dive) are both solid choices and despite the standard movements, their...
I've been meaning to ask...how much do you guys trust the depth rating of watches 100 WR or more that do not have a screw down crown? Would you even take them swimming?
Matte Alligator...or is it the colour you are after?http://lonestarwatches.com/2021.htm
+1 on all of that. Lots of people slamming the 42mm version but I really liked it.Most strap pics I have seen with EXP II have been on Natos.
Picked this up for the purpose of flipping it but it's growing on me.
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