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I'm pretty pleased Tudor has introduced an in house caliber but not too sure about the current offerings. I would prefer if they put the new movement into the existing line of Black Bay and Ranger.
\If all those options are too cheap for you, try the B55.http://www.slashgear.com/breitling-enters-the-smartwatch-market-with-its-b55-connected-16373764/
You are correct sir. I was going to mention the 2500 coaxial but not sure the OP would even care. A newer release would be nicer but at three times the price?I believe it also comes in 36mm and 39mm versions in addition to the XXL (which has a Unitas).
If you don't mind used, you can find an Omega Railmaster. No date on it and IMHO has a little more character than the AquaTerra.Not my pic.
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?
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