WatchYaWant is one of my favorites because he covers "outside" watches ignored by most of the channels mentioned here. Too much of the same thing has driven me to the margins where I've found a few good ones.
Good for him! Funny thing is most people won't notice a watch unless they're fans themselves. Nice looking Seestern.
Concur all around. "Entry level" is a term used to separate "real people" from hoi polloi. Like "used" and "preowned", both code words used to differentiate the class of people making a particular purchase. A 2010 Bentley is "preowned" while a 2010 Honda Civic is "used". So-called entry watches are very well made today. However their horological pedigree comes into question if they present an intellectual threat based on cost, place of manufacture and even the political affiliation of the company owner. The whole thing is stupid, but no matter what you collect, the "mentality" is out there ready to pounce on thought-crimes perceived or imagined.
Guess you didn't see my name..lol!
Well said! People talk about watch investments as part of a grand horological hedge fund. Interesting how this train of thought is usually found amongst those who tend to dwell exclusively within the luxury range. People like myself who gleefully bottom feed in the "below entry level luxury" end are sometimes found to buy what we like to keep forever. "Of course that's just my opinion, I could be wrong".