Thats hard to believe because movement with a battery (quartz) ticks...automatic watch sweeps.I owned a Roxex knock off with Sako movement that ran on batteries. Most people could not tell it was a knock off. The Japanese watch maker I use to change batteries said it ran better then the real thing. Sako movememnt.
What style are you leaning toward? I have several but, the Omega Speedmaster is my favorite. I have 4 or 5 of those. Gave one to my brother on the anniversary of the moon landing...he loves it.Hey guys. Ive been a watch guy for many years. Started out with invicta watches and worked my way up to more expensive watches. Right now my nicest watch is a Oris F1 chrono that i love.
Recently i got a new job and wanted to buy a new watch to celebrate. My budget is around 4k. (Pre owned)Looking at some omegas and breitlings. If anyone has any suggestions of watches to look at, please let me know.
But you own a Rolex? lmfao - everybody in the watch world knows that Rollies are the most finicky little bitches when it comes to needing service and acting right. That being said, I will own one eventually just because.The service cost of the Omegas always turned me off.
You go to the gym?But you own a Rolex? lmfao - everybody in the watch world knows that Rollies are the most finicky little bitches when it comes to needing service and acting right. That being said, I will own one eventually just because.
As far as every day use goes, I prefer my Luminox for the simple fact that I can get it serviced wayyyy more places and I don't mind if I beat it up a bit. Oh, and it's not an automatic so it doesn't need a winder. https://luminox-usa.com/products/f-22-raptor-9241-m
And lastly, I still wear good old G-Shocks for everything that might include hard work - daily to work, sidejobs, the gym, etc etc.
Been thinking about picking up an Oris or a Tissot a lot lately, I like what they bring to the table for a (mostly) more affordable price range.