Bought my first pagani

After years of buying swiss and Japanese I bought my first pagani, a bb homage, at a cost of 拢62 delivered

I had no expectations so when it arrived I was flabbergasted at the quality and specs, never mind for the money but Purley at the fantastic watch in front of me

I dat and looked back at the thousands of pound spent on dive watches

I then ordered another four

That鈥檚 awesome! I bought the Pagani Speedmaster homage in black and was blown away by the look and feel. I then bought the omega Seamaster 300 homage and was amazed on how good it looked and feels. The one you got is on my list.

I've been seriously considering the Pagani Milgauss... glad to hear that yours was a winner!

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I honestly don鈥檛 get it. How is it possible, even with Chinese sweatshops, to sell a mechanical watch for that amount? The cost of food and shelter for the children who make them must be at least 拢20 per watch.

Most of the parts are machine made and the NH35's are made in Malaysia which is the only quality part in it. They retail for around 50 bucks here so the wholesale price to the Chinese should be about 20. A similar Chinese automatic retails here for around 20 bucks so you can imagine the quality.

Check out some of the Invicta's on Jomashop as they put in NH35, Swiss Selita 200's and Swiss Ronda 505-24 GMT movements for decent prices.

OldSnafu

Most of the parts are machine made and the NH35's are made in Malaysia which is the only quality part in it. They retail for around 50 bucks here so the wholesale price to the Chinese should be about 20. A similar Chinese automatic retails here for around 20 bucks so you can imagine the quality.

Check out some of the Invicta's on Jomashop as they put in NH35, Swiss Selita 200's and Swiss Ronda 505-24 GMT movements for decent prices.

The argument about poor labour practices does not hold water. The vast majority of the clothing on all of our backs from the cheapest disposable brands to high end off the shelf brands are produced in Bangladeshi sweatshops that pay subsistence wages, have little to no health and safety practice and utilise child labour.

Stroud_Green

The argument about poor labour practices does not hold water. The vast majority of the clothing on all of our backs from the cheapest disposable brands to high end off the shelf brands are produced in Bangladeshi sweatshops that pay subsistence wages, have little to no health and safety practice and utilise child labour.

The only other side of the argument is if they weren't doing this they would have no money at all

Oldmanwatches

The only other side of the argument is if they weren't doing this they would have no money at all

Absolutely.

Whatever their labour practices are does not matter. We are talking watches here and Malaysia makes good watch movements and China struggles for functional. Their only claim to fame is the chrono they bought from the Swiss.The country of India produces 8 series Miyota movements without many problems and their labour is cheaper than China's.