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Discussion in 'Watches' started by Jharpphoto, Nov 2, 2013.
I'm gonna get one of these.
Maurice De Mauriac Chronograph Modern L
CO MO 811.08
That is one good looking watch!
I was just going to simply "like" the OP, but some people find "liking" offensive.
That watch seems incredibly difficult to read. Needs more contrast.
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I wonder if the numbers have any luminosity?
Apparently, the have lume, according to a YouTube review.
Also, check out a thread on WUS. Not well received watches apparently for the money.
I can't link due to forum rules, sorry
Edit, I really like the look of it though!
No offense, I'm not rich and I can easily afford that.
Being in the watches sub-forum, I thought this was going to be an interesting topic about someone's grand-father or dad who recently passed, but left behind a beautiful vintage watch. Perhaps something like a Patek Philippe or maybe an early Rolex Submariner from the mid. 1950s.
I thought this watch was around $2500 US according to the mfg website.
Yeah ... You can buy it for quite a bit less than that from certain reputable online watch shops. Even less if you buy from a Grey-market dealer.
An earlier reply to my OP made it seem as if this was not an expensive watch. In my opinion any watch north of $500 is pricey. Im sure the watch snobs will chime in with watch prices of $5k-$20k. Any idea where these "reputable" online retailers with reduced prices might be for this time piece?
For $2,500, id get me a used Speedmaster. But that's just me.
Personally I'd just save up the $2,500 rather than waiting for a well off loved one to pass.....seems ghoulish IMHO.
The only blacked out watch I have really liked is the LumTec M33. For big bucks I would buy a Breitling Transocean Day & Date or a Avenger Seawolf Blacksteel Code Yellow.
it's nice, but I prefer a much cheaper Ticino or Laco in the Type B dial!
If you like BO watches, perhaps a traser P 6600 SHADE will fit your taste.
Most expensive watch I've owned was a Bulova Marine Star, very nice watch at ~$500 msrp. I paid about $250 from an unauthorized online retailer.
That said, when 'somebody rich dies' how about going all out?
Usually ships within one business day The craftsmanship on these types of watches is miraculous, but I can't help but thinking something is a bit wrong with the world when a tiny minority of people can spend a million dollars on a watch, 60 million on a diamond, 200 million on a painting, 600 million on a pleasure yacht...
At least my $15 stainless steel quartz digital Casio keeps more accurate time.
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