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What's a better watch brand pulsar or sekonda watch

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    What's better quality and worth the price
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    i like sekondaa better, but maybe it's just me
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    according to me both are the good brands.
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    Pulsar is much better quality
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    Both of these are good
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    You sure
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    Sekondas bad quality
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    What about rotary
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    Neither.
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    Why what about citizen
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    (Original post by struggler07)
    Why what about citizen

    Best of the three.
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    http://www.mvmtwatches.com
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    I can't remember why, but Sekonda used to be a Russian brand - now Chinese. Pulsar was originally English I think and is now like a Seiko diffusion line.

    Citizen is going to be the best of them, they're an old Japanese company and not very exciting, but they are quite reliable.

    It depends what criteria you're judging these things on - if its aesthetics, then it doesn't really matter, you might as well just buy the one that you like best. A £20 Sekonda Seksy quartz watch will keep better time than a £20,000 automatic Rolex anyway.If it's "longevity", that's very difficult to judge. Some of these cheapies last for years.

    I find that most people have some idea of quality, usually tied to cost and often related to where its made.

    The problem is for most people, how a watch appears is very very important, so you kind of have to balance up the budget against looks.

    Some cheap watches are great, some really expensive ones let you down. I have an automatic Tissot that's fallen apart twice. One of my friends has a Breitling that's spent more time back at the repairers than it has on his wrist. On the other hand, I have a couple of functional swiss watches that have never let me down.
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    I'm thinking of returning my rotary watch and getting a citizen watch,, sekondas a good watch brand, my budget is around £100 I just want a nice looking quality watch that will last
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    They are all cheap brands out of the argos catalogue. There is nothing much to choose between them in terms of quality. Ignore the brand. Just pick the one you like best.
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    What you on about cheap I ain't looking to spend like £1000s on a watch
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    I just want something that looks nice and tells the times I'll even settle for a lotus if I have to got to balance it out
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    True
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    Watches are bloody expensive
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    (Original post by struggler07)
    Watches are bloody expensive
    No, good watches are expensive.

    Protip: If you ever want to buy a high end watch, do it in an airport. I got my Rolex Milgauss about £400 cheaper than any other place would go, just by getting it duty free.
 
 
 
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