I can remember wanting one when I was in my early 20s... now that I'm in my late 20s Â I would never buy one. I'd rather save a little more and get a Hamilton, Baume and Mercier, Concord, Longines, etc. Just my opinion though- if you like it by all means go for it.
Ugh... Ugh... UGH. Sorry, not a big fan of movado... At least in my hometown, the only people wearing them were gangstas and wannabes... maybe that's why I get a bad vibe from them. For the price, dunhill aren't terrible watches, you can also look at cheaper B&Ms, and perhaps something secondhand. I much prefer Tag to Movado even though neither is particularly high end.
Thank you all for your feedback, I very much appreciate it, and I wont be looking to Movado anymore. What do you think of ESQ? Specifically the ESQ Centurion Chronograph? You can pick one up retail for $325, which is about what i'm looking to spend.
I disagree with some of the above comments. Â Movado was my first "nice" watch a couple of years ago when I was in my mid-20s. Â I've upgraded since then, but I still like the Museum Classic, particularly the 38 mm automatic version. Â In my opinion, Movado is vastly preferable to Tag, the official watch of the American Jackass and the biggest ripoff in all of horology. Â (I tend to prefer understated watches, so keep that in mind.) Â In your price range, you might want to look at Oris as well.
I think that some of the museum collections with the blue face makes for a very distinct, inexpensive, nice looking watch. The blue face will make you stand out from drizzt3117's concern (which, btw, is a very good point).
Thank you all for your feedback, I very much appreciate it, and I wont be looking to Movado anymore. What do you think of ESQ? Â Specifically the ESQ Centurion Chronograph? Â You can pick one up retail for $325, which is about what i'm looking to spend.
If you like it why do you want to stop looking at this brand?
http://www.amazon.com/exec....=548166 I think this Seiko kinda a cool watch that has interesting technology (Kinetic) so it's like an automatic that lets you know what your power reserve is. On sale for $195 shipped for today, not a bad deal.