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Hey "Watch" Guys...

Looking @ a Lucien Picard watch for everyday knock around use - Not a ton of coin but curious to know if you geniuses know anything good or bad about this middle of the road time piece

Looking at the "Marinello"

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Oh wait I thought you said Jean Luc Picard.

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Like you said , middle of the road . There are a lot of good movements out there . If you are going with that one, keep your options open to Envicta or TW steele . Some Envicta watches have Swiss movements and usually copy a more expensive brand like Rolex or Bell & Ross . Envicta makes a great watch for the money .
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it looks bleh when I looked at it.
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I also need to find a good watch place for repairs that is not out in the burbs for my Baume & Mercier that like Ed Norton in Primal Fear, is "Losing Time" - I took it to Tourneau and I just hate those fucks - My guy in Lincoln park retired and was awesome - Sometimes he was open, sometimes he was not but he could fix a fuckin watch

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I am also looking at the Sturhling Tru Apocalypse as a knock around to as the above mentioned B&M is slowly dieing on me

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It's a crap piece to be honest.

Romilly, Picard, Invicta, Swiss Legend, Stuhrling, Haurex, Akribos, etc. All these brands are cheap Chinese movements that they throw into an interesting looking case, slap an MSRP tag of $800-3,000 and then discount it to $50-250 and some sucker buys it thinking he got the deal of the century.

Are they the worst watches in the world? No, are they worth more than $50, probably not.


If you want a nice "mid-grade" watch, there are a ton of great companies out there:

Citizen
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And more that I forgot. These are well made, well engineered watches that will last you for decades of daily use. The Chinese guys may last a few months, but they're vastly inferior to the other ones.

That being said, it is a handsome watch, no way I'd pay over $50 for it though.

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It's a crap piece to be honest.

Romilly, Picard, Invicta, Swiss Legend, Stuhrling, Haurex, Akribos, etc. All these brands are cheap Chinese movements that they throw into an interesting looking case, slap an MSRP tag of $800-3,000 and then discount it to $50-250 and some sucker buys it thinking he got the deal of the century.

Are they the worst watches in the world? No, are they worth more than $50, probably not.


If you want a nice "mid-grade" watch, there are a ton of great companies out there:

Citizen
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And more that I forgot. These are well made, well engineered watches that will last you for decades of daily use. The Chinese guys may last a few months, but they're vastly inferior to the other ones.

That being said, it is a handsome watch, no way I'd pay over $50 for it though.
For the most part true , but a lot of them use Swiss movements . You have to know witch ones to buy . I would never pay $800 for an invicta , but $150 or so , you cant go wrong.
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Ed I recomend Steinhart.....might not be your style though. Well priced and hand made.

http://www.steinhartwatches.de/

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Trust me when I say I am getting both watches (either the Picard or Sturhling) for about 80% off - The Piccard has an MSRP of $500 and I am looking at $90 - The Sturhling is $1K and I am looking at $175

They will be something I can beat the shit out of without caring as my B&M (daily wear) is taking a beating and my Movado is what i wear with Suit & Tie

I have one of those Big Ass Nixons that I got as a gift and HATE it

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Ed I recomend Steinhart.....might not be your style though. Well priced and hand made.

http://www.steinhartwatches.de/
Oh I like those....

Thats what I mean - There are SOOOOO many cool watches out there that I have never heard of and I like getting something that not everyone wears

I gave both my nephews my old Rolexs as I felt like a chode wearing them - My Ultimate would be a Patek but the one I want is $18K

Oh and thx SD, good info to have - I am so unknowledgable about these things, as well as many other, just ask B.H, Geo, Roman, Troy, either of the Tony's and of course G2G

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Romilly, Picard, Invicta, Swiss Legend, Stuhrling, Haurex, Akribos, etc. All these brands are cheap Chinese movements that they throw into an interesting looking case, slap an MSRP tag of $800-3,000 and then discount it to $50-250 and some sucker buys it thinking he got the deal of the century.
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Trust me when I say I am getting both watches (either the Picard or Sturhling) for about 80% off - The Piccard has an MSRP of $500 and I am looking at $90 - The Sturhling is $1K and I am looking at $175
Where'd you get such an amazing hookup?




No sweat man, seriously though, there's much better buys for that price point.

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I guess I am the sucker then - I see them both on eBay and World of Watches (or some shit) going for a few hundo over what I can get them for

Let's just say they fell off a truck.....

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Go on Amazon, go to men's watches, click the 70%+ off thing on the left and see how many manufacturers are trying the same thing. It's like the penny auctions, just a different way to scam people into giving you their money.

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=amb_link...rnid=598266011

You're better off with a nice looking Fossil, they have a lifetime replacement guarantee, if you break it, drop it off a mountain, wear it too deep and it get soaked, lose it in a vagina for a month and the case cracks from the pressure, etc. They will get you a new one or a nicer one if that model has been discontinued for free, no need for receipts or anything, just ship them your old one. That makes way more sense than a Chinese knockoff automatic.

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I guess I am the sucker then - I see them both on eBay and World of Watches (or some shit) going for a few hundo over what I can get them for

Let's just say they fell off a truck.....
You're kidding me Ed, you're smarter than this. They slap that MSRP on there so certain sellers can charge more and maybe get some moron who thinks he's getting a deal at 50% off will bite instead of searching around to find it at 70% off. The seller is still buying that piece for $20, so if they move it at $300, awesome, but if they move it at $220, close enough.

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I got a business card from a guy in the "Copy Mall" of Shenzhen, China if you want it. Dude can get anything. Got myself a nice Breitling Bentley knock off for $35 when I was there. It stopped working after a couple weeks, but that's a minor detail:


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get a seiko if you want a decent movement automatic for knock around use. Next time you're giving away rolex watches let me know.

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Next time you're giving away rolex watches let me know.
Ha - Gave them to my Nephews when they graduated High School - The Sub Mariner and The Explorer - Wore them for years so I got my $ worth and they both still rock them to this day

I get ya SD, I do - I just look at it this way, if I spend $100 on something and it lasts me a year, that is like $.28 a day for something that i really care not of - I was just looking to see if anyone had owned one, heard horror stories of or even owned and liked

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Fuck it , just use your phone to check the time .
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I get ya SD, I do - I just look at it this way, if I spend $100 on something and it lasts me a year, that is like $.28 a day for something that i really care not of - I was just looking to see if anyone had owned one, heard horror stories of or even owned and liked
Gotcha, but you won't pull a year of service out of those guys:

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It stopped working after a couple weeks, but that's a minor detail
You will get a handful of years out of a Fossil or anything on that list- for the same price.

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Fuck it , just use your phone to check the time .
Ala Kunu?

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You will get a handful of years out of a Fossil or anything on that list- for the same price.
But you don't look nearly as fly as wearing your fake $150,000 watch with a Fossil

It was more of a, I'm in a copy mall in China and I want to buy the most expensive looking watch here as a souvenir

But I agree, Fossil does make some great watches that will last forever and if not, swap it out for a new one.

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But you don't look nearly as fly as wearing your fake $150,000 watch with a Fossil

It was more of a, I'm in a copy mall in China and I want to buy the most expensive looking watch here as a souvenir

But I agree, Fossil does make some great watches that will last forever and if not, swap it out for a new one.
I'm not knocking the fake Breitling, lord knows I have a handful of knockoffs myself. Just pointing out that while a lot of these watches look good, they just don't last long, nor do they keep COSC levels of time.

Want a watch to keep good time, fuck Rolex, Omega, Breitling, etc. Buy a quartz Timex.

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I dropped my timex easy reader off the bathroom counter and it broke. "Takes a licking", bullshit!

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Bwahahaha!

The Weather outside is weather.
Dude I sing that all the time and people actually correct me

"You sound like you're from LONDAWN"

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Want a watch to keep good time, fuck Rolex, Omega, Breitling, etc. Buy a quartz Timex.
This is so true . My Rolex is a terrible time keeper .
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I know what time it is by the hands on my Brietling

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