Something sporty, casual and independent. I seem to wear the “easy” watches a lot these days. My Journe CTS gets a lot of wrist time. There’s a lot to be said for comfort on the wrist, and for those watches that don’t attract all the eyes.
It’s the doubts, reflections and decisions that comes with some watch purchases, it’s not the chase of something hard to get. That’s the distinction I was trying to make. The process of acquiring the Urwerk, as the example I’m using, had all of that and that’s what made it satisfactory in the end.
A couple of things; the Urwerk I’ve owned for about 5 years. But I am in the decision phase about a new watch currently, sorry if my post was confusing. Re the retail price of a watch; I think there is an initial awareness which goes away after time. Like everything else exposure to something can no