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Will most definitely be saving up for one, it looks amazing! And i would love to hear more opinions about German-made watches too!
 

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Originally Posted by grendel View Post

Looks like it's a Junkers Bauhaus Automatic and goes for just north of $500

 

http://www.junkers-shop.de/Junkers-Watch-Series-Junkers-BAUHAUS__Movement-Calibre-ETA-2824-2-Swiss-Made-25-Jewels__Silver-Dial

 

http://www.aviation-time.com/1268/junkers_bauhaus_6060-5

 

It's gorgeous... Anyone know anything about Junkers quality?

 



 

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really nice lookin watch. don't know much about it!
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Originally Posted by justinsmnz View Post

Anyone have any experience with Mondaine? Just stumbled upon them today and they seem pretty interesting.
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The quartz come in under $200 but the automatics can probably be found for around $500.

I really like mine. I have the quartz and haven't had any issues the past two years.
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Originally Posted by bubba04 View Post

Ouch, hardly a poor man's watch at $1500....

Did the price go up?
I sure as hell did not pay that much for mine with the extra strap.
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Recent Ebay pick up for a great price. Not sure if I'm going to hang onto it or not though. 18mm lug size doesn't work too well with my band collection, haha.

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Originally Posted by HLow View Post

Will most definitely be saving up for one, it looks amazing! And i would love to hear more opinions about German-made watches too!

"German watches"? The movements are either Japanese or Swiss, so they can't be compared to a true low-mid German brand like Nomos, who make their movts in house. It also looks like a rip off of the Junghans Max Bill line.

Then again, this is the poor man's watch thread.
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Originally Posted by rboat View Post

I really like mine. I have the quartz and haven't had any issues the past two years.


That is a very nice watch, i like the simplicity.

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I like the simplicity too:

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Just kidding, but you guys have really posted some neat stuff here lately. I really like that yoonkers, as well as that Seiko.
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A few more shots of the vintage Seiko 5. Considering throwing it back on Ebay since I don't think it's quite my style.

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A couple of my new watches. I think I am going to sell the Timex.
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My NOS Raketa I picked up off of ebay and new leather band also from ebay. $56 total for a brand new watch.

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Just got my first parnis, is it just mine or are they all noisy when you shake them?
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Originally Posted by grendel View Post





Looks like it's a Junkers Bauhaus Automatic and goes for just north of $500

http://www.junkers-shop.de/Junkers-Watch-Series-Junkers-BAUHAUS__Movement-Calibre-ETA-2824-2-Swiss-Made-25-Jewels__Silver-Dial

http://www.aviation-time.com/1268/junkers_bauhaus_6060-5

It's gorgeous... Anyone know anything about Junkers quality?

that is a nice watch.
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Very nice, understated face. You would think the black strap might suit it best but I think that brown strap really works.
 

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Originally Posted by justinsmnz View Post

A few more shots of the vintage Seiko 5. Considering throwing it back on Ebay since I don't think it's quite my style.
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