POLL: Your favorite watch-related sites

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Your favorite watch-related sites

WatchRecon
13
27%
Watchuseek
14
29%
TimeZone
3
6%
Watchtalk
1
2%
Watch Freeks
2
4%
Dive Watch Connection
3
6%
WatchNet
1
2%
Vintage watch forums
0
No votes
Reddit r/watches
3
6%
Other
8
17%
 
Total votes: 48

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Re: POLL: Your favorite watch-related sites

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » February 9th 2019, 8:26pm

Except here, I'm only a member at WUS - a fairly active one, though. I usually post in the Vintage & Pocket Watches section (this includes Bring a Brain), sometimes I also visit the Public forum just for laughs or putting some twit in their place, just for the sport of it.
I suppose I'd use Watchrecon if I'd be doing any online purchasing, but since I don't, I don't.
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Post by TemerityB » February 9th 2019, 8:43pm

WUS for WURW once in a while, but other than here, I usually gravitate to WatchRecon and Chrono24, which I'm not sure qualifies as a "watch-related site" but I look at it quite often.
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Re: POLL: Your favorite watch-related sites

Post by robatsu » February 10th 2019, 12:45am

smellody wrote:I spend most of my time at the Rolex Forum and Vintage Rolex Forum.


I don't seek them out as primary source, but over the years, I regularly find myself on Rolex Forum after following links running down some issue or another. Very well informed place to the extent I"m qualified to gauge such things.
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Post by koimaster » February 11th 2019, 9:44am

svaglic wrote:Does anyone here go to the wallet friendly watch forum?


Is that the forum that Ron and a few others started after the demise of PMWF?
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Post by biglove » February 11th 2019, 12:21pm

koimaster wrote:
svaglic wrote:Does anyone here go to the wallet friendly watch forum?


Is that the forum that Ron and a few others started after the demise of PMWF?



Yeah. That's the one.
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Re: POLL: Your favorite watch-related sites

Post by svaglic » February 11th 2019, 12:24pm

koimaster wrote:
svaglic wrote:Does anyone here go to the wallet friendly watch forum?


Is that the forum that Ron and a few others started after the demise of PMWF?


That’s it. I was wondering if I’m doing something wrong because it’s hard for to get around there. Just curious if it’s like that because I’m on the tablet or if it’s tough on computers too.
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