But is Breguet 'Breguet' any more? Whoever is running this brand has been very true to it... but what is 'Breguet'? I love the purest Breguets... time/no date/gorgeous dials and numerals... gasp-worthy movements! Of course the vintage/vintage inspired chronos... Why Breguet does not re-issue a 'vint
Not joking! This is why I feel the Patek is soooo over-rated--while of course, still, a very nice watch, but... hey, at a glance.... btw, VASTLY prefer the MB movement--but of course Patek does not make movements like they used to. With all that said, I like that Patek very much, but am not inspired
I am on the fence w the Omega tiny hands... even though they are true to history... they look too small here... and I generally don't like Omega's advertising w celebrities, etc... feels very phony to me... but who can argue w Omega in general? Not sure why this 'true to vintage' watch does not look
First thought is, buy pre-owned so you can get something that may be up to 3-4k new... and with that in mind... for a diver.... a 5-10 yr old Omega SM with no box or papers... a Sinn, same? Tutima, same? A Junghans, though they don't represent divers much... very nice... A Laco? Damasko? Check 'anot
How can I reply with anything but--sure, why not? I do feel 'fake patina' is not my taste and bugs me, and feels 'trendy'... but... your reply is so kind and refreshing, I have nothing more to add, and you make fine points.
It is a miracle that--considering it is --essentially--a Royal Oak wannabe--like all watches of this type that ever followed RO including Nautilus---that it absolutely claims original, fantastic, sharp, DNA--what a feat that it is ITSELF and original! That it stands on its own. I love it. The SS is
fake aged lume really has to stop now. A trend that is simply too conspicuous. I love the watch overall, but really the fake aged lume is a deal killer--it's like the BIG DATE TREND from 10 yrs ago. Who really believed that 'any given brand' should have a BIG DATE? ONly Lange and GO remain, because