Best minimalist watch brands

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Re: Best minimalist watch brands

Post by jason_recliner » February 21st 2023, 6:16am

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Re: Best minimalist watch brands

Post by bbattle » February 21st 2023, 5:32pm

Whoa, no mention of Junghans? The brand that makes Nomos look like an Invicta?

Or Movado? :-)

All of the flieger watches out there are more minimalist than most of the watches on the list.

And not one of those 'one hand' watches in the list.

Oh well, there were some interesting watches in there, nonetheless. Like the Grand Seiko, a brand I never associated with minimalist. And all of the Honorable Mentions at the bottom of the article. That Bulgari is nice.
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Re: Best minimalist watch brands

Post by codguy » February 22nd 2023, 10:27am

bbattle wrote:
February 21st 2023, 5:32pm
no mention of Junghans? The brand that makes Nomos look like an Invicta
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Nomos looks like Invicta in comparison-------------

Something I would expect spoken by Junghans owners trying to justify his/hers/zers purchase over a Glashutte In-House watch.


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