Idea's for next watch?

I'm constantly looking but have been interested in these lately...

  • Lorier Zephyr (I like the red but I know its sold out)
  • Baltic Aquascaphe
  • William Wood Bronze
  • Seiko 5 Sports GMT
  • Unimatic U1S-MB
  • Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium
  • Duckworth Prestex

What would the experts on Watch Crunch go for or would you choose something entirely differnt?😮 I also like Studio Underd0g but theres not anything available currently.

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Hey, as many of watch nerds, I will answer with another question !

What is your budget ? Considering the models you mentioned, around 900-1000€ ?

What is the style you're looking at ? The Lorier is dressy but the others are mostly field/dive

What size ?

From what you mentioned, my fav is the Khaki titanium. Seems incredible. Good luck !

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Guyllheaume

Hey, as many of watch nerds, I will answer with another question !

What is your budget ? Considering the models you mentioned, around 900-1000€ ?

What is the style you're looking at ? The Lorier is dressy but the others are mostly field/dive

What size ?

From what you mentioned, my fav is the Khaki titanium. Seems incredible. Good luck !

I guess the problem with me is I'm not looking for anything too specific, I love most watches haha. I prefer smaller 39MM is perfect but a little smaller isn't bad and a little bigger is bad neither.

But the main thing is nothing too expensive haha, thanks for your response about the Hamilton, that's the one I've been looking at the longest. I just started looking at CW now as well haha.

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I’ve got the blacked out pvd coated Titanium Hamilton Khaki and love it. Looks great and very comfortable on. 

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this one got a resemblence to the lorier zephyr for me. longiness evidenza

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If you want something independent check here: https://tsaobaltimore.com/ They are all in your price range and almost all of them are around 40mm, but have a decently small lug to lug so they don't wear big at all. 

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If you don’t have anything specific in mind…I would wait!  Think about your collection and what makes sense to buy, then start narrowing down on that list. If you decide you want two or more styles, and this is just stage one, go for the style that doesn’t currently exist in your collection. 

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I realy jest fell in love with the Longines Avigation Bigeye. It is a killer watch for the price. Ok… it is 2000 €/$ but an awesome bang for the bug. 
 

From your list i also vote for the Hamilton but closely followed be the Baltic. But if i were to choose the hamilton, I definitely would give the Far Cry Edition a look. Unfortunately it is sold out on the website but you can find it for a little Premium. It looks Awesome with that dial/hands color combination. 👌👌

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RobertWood

If you want something independent check here: https://tsaobaltimore.com/ They are all in your price range and almost all of them are around 40mm, but have a decently small lug to lug so they don't wear big at all. 

Very nice Timepieces! The Raven… what a color! 👌

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As we speak, I'm currently down the Hamilton Khaki Field Titanium 38mm rabbit hole! Help!!! 🙉

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Get something far outside the norm like a Hamilton PSR for days when you’re feeling saucy. 

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I only saw the Baltic a few days ago online, but I think it looks fantastic. I would definitely have been tempted if it had a date window.

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FrxdTB

I guess the problem with me is I'm not looking for anything too specific, I love most watches haha. I prefer smaller 39MM is perfect but a little smaller isn't bad and a little bigger is bad neither.

But the main thing is nothing too expensive haha, thanks for your response about the Hamilton, that's the one I've been looking at the longest. I just started looking at CW now as well haha.

I hear you mate.

I currently have a sweet spot for CW. The C63 is on my radar but the Sandhurst 2 or a new C60 trident in 38mm would also make my day... Oh and the Aquitaine too. Yeah I think I have a thing with Ward. What I think in this price range too is

Farer

Formex

Second Hour

Zelos ( mostly their titanium)

Rze (affordable titanium)

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i have been Interested i the duckwort… but I have a lot of Sub-1000 watches I like but just sit in my box.

one sub-1000 watch that I actually love and wear often is my Farer Cayley Verde…. I also have a Farer Durham and love the look of it, but it just sits in my box… the Cayley legitimately has stopped me from buying an IWC mark xx 

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Thank you everyone for all the replies, it was great hearing your opinions and also seeing your watches!