10 Entry-Level Mechanical Watches

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10 Entry-Level Mechanical Watches

Post by koimaster » August 11th 2020, 12:13pm

Every watch collection has to start somewhere, and often that initial watch purchase is on a somewhat restricted budget. Here’s an introduction to entry-level mechanical watches from 10 brands. To narrow the field down, we only considered men’s watches with a case diameter of 37 mm or greater.

In 2015, the world’s best-known watch brand presented a new basic model, which remains its lowest-priced men’s watch. In return for $5,700, the buyer gets Rolex’s typical advantages: high-quality craftsmanship, a modern manufacture caliber, a case made of saltwater-resistant 904L stainless steel – and very little danger that this watch will depreciate in value. The 39-mm case contains self-winding chronometer-certified Caliber 3132. The Oyster Perpetual 39 is available with either a gray or a blue dial. For our test of the watch, click here.

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Re: 10 Entry-Level Mechanical Watches

Post by TemerityB » August 11th 2020, 8:35pm

"Ticking Admission Tickets"

Swingng foot aimed at ass.
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Re: 10 Entry-Level Mechanical Watches

Post by MAX » August 15th 2020, 7:58am

Didnt know you could get a Rolex that cheap, excuse me, inexpensive. Still dont want one.
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