If you dislike having to ALWAYS press a button for the time, then please allow me to suggest the Hamilton PSR.
The Bulova has two versions, but yes you have to always press the button like the GP. Getting back to Bulova, one version is for sale now so you can buy it for just a few hundred dollars. The other version, as seen above in pics, is coming up for sale in a week or so, so keep checking their site.
PS: i truly do hope GP fixes the problematic short display time with new firmware soon.
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Scalpers already taking action !
I have read in this forum that many of you enjoyed the new release of GP, well scalpers did enjoy it as well ! I sincerly hope no purist will buy from the secondary market so soon. I do understand on the other hand the confidence it gives to true owners a...
What watch value....
There is no watch value.... you can nowadays slap on any price you want, if that makes you happy. Nothing to do with supply and demand anymore
In case anyone has FOMO, I would recommend Bulova Computron released some time back which is basically same concept with same history. wornandwound.com I really like this recent edition with open case.
Hamilton's PSR MTX is a great alternative too imho
Plus the innovative two-type display means you do not need to press any buttons to see it during the day/light. i just hope GP can update their firmware for the 'three-second rule' for the display. There's been complaints of the very, very short display t...
Very tue, thankfully.
The Hamilton dual display is amazing! Have you seen it? Works really great and the battery has a very good lifespan too.
Not sure where the Bulova is made...
Yet for a few hundred on rubber strap it is different. Love the lume and hoping to get the limited edition version when they release it. Very different from the GP for sure, yet equally as much fun. 👍 ...
Greed destroys many things. Often also the joy.
It really makes me tired. The only chance for us consumers is to completely ignore these speculators. But unfortunately we would all have to act as one. And just one of us backing down and buying at that price is enough reassurance for this type of trader...
why a Hulk is pricy. I understand why a steel Nautilus cost a tourbillon from another brand, but a lcd GP where you must push a button to see some red dots or stripes is not a watch for me, but a mistake. A watch have hands, or rotating discs that move to...
aww my poor casquette 2.0 doesn't feel like a mistake 🤔💥
I frankly don't understand why a Hulk is so pricey, beside a strong supply and demand imbalance. Regarding a steel Nautilus costing so much now there is no reason beside the case and the bracelet. The movement of the nautilus 324 S C was shared among entr...
Well it has been six weeks since this thread was posted
and the prices in the after market has fallen by 70 percent, still making the watch priced from about a 45 percent premium. I like this watch and when I first tried it on, I told the group of collectos I was with that I would be happy to pay double for it...
Thank you for your support! :-)
Tomorrow is the day and I can't wait to hopefully get it at maybe at an even reduced price! The Omega boutique had called me to say that they had three CK 859s available but as much as the Omega is a good manual wiinding watch, for me personally, it has b...
Kudos to you
for thinking outside the circle! You are in the same boat as Max Busser
but I was not allocated one :-(
Thank you for your feedback!
I decided not to buy this paritcular Casquette after inspecting it carefully because even though it was brand new, the instruction booklet had nothing to do with the watch! Instead I have opted for this! No premium involved! ...
you got me by this one, because I’ve been eyeing this in rose gold 40mm a long time, and seeing looks sick!!! Good luck with this and enjoy it!
Hope you get the 40mm rose gold version!