- Nov 24, 2014
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And one of my'69 red Sub:
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Is that what they did? Because if so, that is both absurd, and genius. And also... why?
That's a cool idea. I already have a Heuer Carrera with a Valjoux 72 in my sights, and also, Wittnauer 3256, which carries the 2 subdial Venus 188.
I sorta want a Breitlng Top Time with the Venus 178 as well.
I am inclined to agree, though I think that the Omega Seamaster/DeVille chronographs using the 321 movement are also strangely overlooked, though the prices for those have also been creeping up, especially with more exposure on well, Hodinkee. I think that the 145.018 is a great watch, for example.In my opinion, the Top Time is the most undervalued 60s chronograph on the market. It's attractive and a good size, and you can acquire one in good condition for $5K or less. The Movado M95 is undervalued as well, although prices have been creeping upward, especially for the panda/reverse panda models.