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10 Watches To Please Every Watch Snob

10 Watches To Please Every Watch Snob Given these watches value proposition, brand quality, and unique design you can rest assured that any watch snob would give a nod to these affordably priced time pieces. $450-$550 Seiko Monster, Seiko Sumo and Seiko SKX007 That is quite the trifecta: three world renowned dive watches. With extremely competitive prices, solid build quality, and a manufacturer like few others on this planet, one or more of these have more than likely made it to the "must-have" lists of watch enthusiasts. Swatch Sistem51 Comprising 51 parts and completely assembled by robots, the Sistem51 brings the mechanical timepiece into the third millennium and very much means a new dimension for mechanical watches $150 Victorinox Airboss Mechanical Black Edition The Victorinox Airboss Black line encompasses three models, with the three-hander Mechanical Black Edition being the most affordable version, followed by two chronograph iterations. It offers exceptional legibility, made visually more interesting by a few splashes of red here and there - including the underside of the crystal. $995 Dietrich OTC Watches Dietrich's Organic Time watches not only look highly unusual in their dial and case design, but they are some of the most comfortable watches ever created, something one can only really tell when going hands-on with one of their creations. $1,430 to $1,960 Tempest Viking Diver Tempest is one of those modern indie watch brands who merge the vision, ideas, and taste of their founder with exceptional build quality. The Tempest Viking Diver features 2000 meters of water resistance, thanks to a heavy-duty package that is complete with unique design elements. $740 to $870 SevenFriday P-Series SevenFriday brought to a much wider audience design elements and aesthetics previously exclusive to high-end, luxury watches. The SevenFriday P-Series proves that point perfectly, as its unique dial and large, lugless case design dress up a no-frills Japanese mechanical movement like we have hardly seen before. around $1,050 Junghans Max Bill Series The series features beautifully clean, sleek, and yet never boring designs that make for a most welcome alternative for those looking for a timeless dress watch that is, nonetheless, a bit more unusual. around $1,050 Autodromo Stradale Autodromo is a brand that set out to dedicate itself to creating exclusively automotive themed watches. It may just be this dedication that allowed the brand to create a variety of constantly improving and mostly vintage speedometer or tachometer inspired designs that successfully resemble some of the "vibes" of driving a vintage car. $875 Orient Dress Watch Options ORIENT Orient dress watches offer some of the best priced entry-level options out there - especially if you want something mechanical. Everything on Orient's watches is created in-house, with typical Japanese quality control despite their affordable price point. $465 Mondaine Stop2Go Swiss Railway Watch Mondaine wristwatches have for long been among the quintessential Swiss watches to get for their accurac and extremely legible designs - more often than not, spiced up with a neat detail under the hood. The seconds hand of the Stop2Go measures 58 seconds and for the last 2 seconds, the hand stops, the minute hand advances, and the seconds hand catches up. All, to mimic how synchronized railway clocks work. $675 Heiden Source:

10 Watches To Please Every Watch Snob

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Believe it or not, being a snob doesn’t necessarily require you to be a millionaire. It does not demand that you live the lifestyle of the rich and famous or that you hobnob with celebrities. When i...


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