Originally Posted by TimelesStyle
This is very good advice. However, if the OP desires to learn about good watches in the hopes of acquiring more, I think it's advisable to get a "starter" mechanical...
Originally Posted by raphaelargus
That's a nice watch, but be aware that the bezel is rather chunky for a non-diver. It wouldn't really work as a traditional dress watch if that's what you were looking for. ...
Originally Posted by ScNCrash
I have decided to go with a Seiko for $60-200.
Has anyone had experience with worldofwatches.com? When I see 80% off of retail prices I tend to think it is a scam. Example:...
Also the reissue of the Alpinist is within your range:
A little bit about its history:
I might have to get this one...
This is a fun challenge. I love Seikos and they fit your price range.
1 watch: http://www.pmwf.com/Watches/WATCHSAL...ackSBDC001.htm
(Not sure how the bracelet is, its hard to tell from pictures if they are any good.)
Originally Posted by Penelope
I agree. But in the mean time, he desperately needs something to take to business meetings. Half the time he forgets something he is suppose to take because he just carries it all...
Originally Posted by JeffsWood
For the money a very nice bag - you can also get them to do custom touches:
Anyone have one of these? They look amazing.
Originally Posted by djblisk
true. Cabs never gave me a problem. If you're a native, they really don't mess with you.
Come to think of it, I've unfairly maligned central american taxis. The very worst...
Originally Posted by FStyles
I'm a native and I've ridden a taxi in SF less than 5 times. They're simply not needed unless you're a tourist (which sucks i know). Very diff than NY
Cabbies are one of the oldest...