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i am looking for a nice dress watch, roman numeral numbers, rectangle or round face, leather strap around $200 meaning a little bit more also...

any recommendations??

thanks
 

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I'd recommend Sea Gull -- they make really good automatics at lower price points. For instance, the watch below is priced at $295 -- slightly higher, but it is a great watch. Plus, if you're a member of the WUS forums, you can get a 10% discount (just email Kevin Ma at [email protected]).
 

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Originally Posted by Metlin
I'd recommend Sea Gull -- they make really good automatics at lower price points. For instance, the watch below is priced at $295 -- slightly higher, but it is a great watch. Plus, if you're a member of the WUS forums, you can get a 10% discount (just email Kevin Ma at [email protected]).



+1 here...
 

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Sea-gull: Proof that the Chinese brands can actually be of very high quality.
 

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Originally Posted by blahman
Sea-gull: Proof that the Chinese brands can actually be of very high quality.

Yes, I also believe that some of their watches have their in-house movements (e.g. ST1812 in the example shown above).
 

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