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post #61 of 97
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Spot the guy who doesn't belong on SF...

LOL
post #62 of 97
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Originally Posted by maxnharry View Post
Did some searching and Caruso seems interesting. Where can you find fully canvassed versions? Anyone know if they do MTM at the factory in Parma?


I have never seen a fused Caruso product.
I own 8, all are canvassed and have a very high quality of manufacture.
post #63 of 97
Seiko, no question about it.

/M
post #64 of 97
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I have never seen a fused Caruso product.
I own 8, all are canvassed and have a very high quality of manufacture.

Where did you get them?
post #65 of 97
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Originally Posted by Singular View Post
Seiko, no question about it.

/M

+1, particularly watches like the MM, the auto chrono and the spring drive stuff.

My picks are Valentini for pants, they are known but IMO they make the best RTW pant and people would much rather own Kiton or Borrelli or Incotex pants to Valentini's and Finamore for shirts, again, IMO the best made RTW shirt and if the shirt fits you well, a much better bet than a lot fo the bespoke out there.
post #66 of 97
Kent Wang.
post #67 of 97
+1 on Gravati.
post #68 of 97
+1 on Seiko. I paid less than $150 online for my (then) new auto sport watch while I was a grad student a couple years ago. It only cost me a little more than a mall watch or "designer" watch, it looks and feels more solid and higher quality. I imagine their top watches can compete with anyone's. If they could lower the price of their lower lines to that of, say, Fossil, I'd think they'd sell great in the US.
post #69 of 97
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Originally Posted by antirabbit View Post
I have never seen a fused Caruso product. I own 8, all are canvassed and have a very high quality of manufacture.
They are all canvassed and MTM is possible. Here in The Netherlands a few shops provide Caruso MTM.
post #70 of 97
Yoox is the place to get Caruso in the U.S.
post #71 of 97
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Originally Posted by BBRex View Post
+1 on Seiko. I paid less than $150 online for my (then) new auto sport watch while I was a grad student a couple years ago. It only cost me a little more than a mall watch or "designer" watch, it looks and feels more solid and higher quality. I imagine their top watches can compete with anyone's. If they could lower the price of their lower lines to that of, say, Fossil, I'd think they'd sell great in the US.
The Seiko 5's, most of which can be purchased <$150 online, are the best watches in the 0-150$ range.
post #72 of 97
Battistoni Lorenzo Banfi shoes Chaumet watches
post #73 of 97
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Spot the guy who doesn't belong on SF...
Since your typing finger's presumably pointed at me, would you care to explain yourself? (And just to help you along: it's not that I find anything amiss with wearing $700 shoes; it's the ragging on those that don't that's pewkifying.) EgH
post #74 of 97
Borgioli
post #75 of 97
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Borgioli

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