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Maurice Lacroix

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by InPa, Dec 30, 2004.

  1. InPa

    InPa Well-Known Member

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    Any thoughts on quality, etc.? Â They have a number of automatic and manual movements in this price range ($1k to $2.5k). Also, how about a small firm www.chronodeco.com? Other than these, what are some other favorites in this price category? Thank you
     


  2. DandySF

    DandySF Senior member

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    The faces are handsome, very striking. They are substantial watches, so if your wrists are small they will look excessive and out of scale. I've often thought that the watches would be more in demand if the company were a marketing machine, like some of the familiar brands. Shreve's in San Francisco does a good business in this brand.
     


  3. CO123

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    Sierra is elling one model for $500. It is a nice watch.
     


  4. PHV

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    What do you guys think about the Miros models in stainless steel? I definately think that given the fact that it's Quartz, it is a viable alternative to Cartier given the price. Might as well pay for a lovely case from a very reputable maker with comparable movement to the Cartier equivalent for a much lesser price.
     


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