A Longines. Next to Omega, is for me the watch big bang. You give your daughter the spirit of time. A jump to more, and some wrote it, Cartier, Rolex, IWC, Breguet, Blancpain, Patek Philippe, Girard Perregaux, JLC, and so on can follow up.
Never to late at the party. Discovering Omega is like walking into space. I enjoy the F.P. Journe journey, and Omega is running up to become a next beloved subject for many here. What Omega makes so special, it put all boundaries to next levels.
You say it right. When Doxa put quartz calibers in it’s cases to fight against quartz opponents. It hurts Omega. The ploprof has become a cult classic, while the quartz equipped dive watches are not wanted. The space race and the depth race. I think the depth race is for watch enthusiasts the import
For sure, i become a Seamaster fan. The ploprof is an interesting Omega. The first 600. The picture in the advert have that Jaques Cousteau era style. I watched many documentaries about Jaques Cousteau ocean discoveries. I like scuba diving, and i must inaugurate my own Seamaster to the sea. How dee
Nomos is quality. Baroque have that elite intellectual behavior. More for history lovers. Bringing new innovations into heritage is for me so beautiful into watches. Cold design is for me a no go. Warm design is a watch where the stainless steel case have a warm glow, an old book, and a campfire. A
I can not love Nomos. I like the barok Swiss watches. History, Jugendstil, art deco, belle epoque. Down to earth is not my way of looking at watches. Breath history, a watchmakers story, that are my things. Value for money is out of the question. I like to pay for a brand name, and no problem to pay