I'm proud to have this watch--it's my engagement watch from my fiance. It's gorgeous. The finishing is fantastic. It's light. Classic (at 36mm) and feels versatile, elegant, and sturdy as heck. I'm excited to have it, but have hesitated to share it with the watch collecting "world."
I've seen quartz luxury watches dismissed as "not as good" as their automatic counterparts and I'm already worried about being told it's not as luxury, or that it's almost "fake..." I keep replaying in my head James Stacey of TGN saying "when I see a watch on the street, if I can see the seconds hand ticking, I immediately lose interest. " There's definitely a stigma.
Part of appreciating a fantastic watch is sharing the appreciating with others, so I'm wondering if anyone else suffer from this "imposter syndrome..." Maybe it might help to learn if there's history or "fun facts" that others know about this model. Can anyone help me "fight the luxury quartz stigma?"