If a Rolex is really what you want, don’t throw away money on a Seiko just to buy. จอ สอง ดิน that money toward the Rolex.
If need be, buy a used model and have it refurbished. Don’t rob Peter to pay Paul. Buy for YOU, not someone else. Buy for you, not to impress someone else. Consider the movement in the watch. Shoot for in-house or fine base calibers like the Zenith El Primero, Piguet, Lemania, Venusbut don’t buy a style you don’t like simply because the movement is a great one. You can’t wear a watch inside-out.
There are great ones to choose from but never buy just because of the name! Patek is considered one of the finest, if not the best manufacturer out there. But if you don’t like the designs, don’t buy one! Omega or Rolex will improve your writing. Large watches are a fad and a style. There is always going to be a better deal.
It is one of life’s little jokes. The journey can be more fun than the destination. Shortly after a purchase you may experience a let down. If it is broke, fix it.
It is better to fix a mistake than try to live with it. If you really aren’t happy with a purchase, get rid of it! All stainless steel, all white gold, all platinum with a bracelet goes with everything. With a black strap, almost everything. White dials are dressier and easier to read, black dials are more cool and sporty. Your self-winding watch isn’t as accurate as your quartz.
Off by just a few seconds out of over 80,000 each day is pretty amazing. Take care of your good watches. Get them serviced, keep them clean. They’ll last longer than you will. No one ever needs a luxury watch, this is about want. If you ask yourself, “do I need this?