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So i have a Rolex and would like to buy another luxury watch, preferably a more obscure brand. Any suggestions? Was thinking IWC or Paguet, patek is a bit out of my price range.


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Why do you want two watches?
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how much did your rolex cost?
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how much did your rolex cost?
Bout 3 grand
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how old are you and what you doing with that sort ov money?! lol
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There are so many watches to pick from... what is your price range?
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A friend of mine had a Bentley watch, not so obscure but still a damn nice watch. Dunno why you'd spend over £300 on a watch though, unless of course it was a watch for life.
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how old are you and what you doing with that sort ov money?! lol
LOL, 21 and not rich but like to spend what little i have on elegant things rather than cars and body kits
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LOL interesting well try a ICA next time :P
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brietling ftw - grossly overpriced but very, very nice
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4000 i would say but is negotiable.
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Panerai or OMEGA
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Get a Vostok :cool:
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Get a Vostok :cool:
wouldnt touch a Russian watch, if their soviet era military equipment and cars are anything to go by
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LOL, 21 and not rich but like to spend what little i have on elegant things rather than cars and body kits
well you must have some amount of money to be able to spend £3K on a watch! My savings I have generally go on food... how long did it take to save for the first watch, may I ask?
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wouldnt touch a Russian watch, if their soviet era military equipment and cars are anything to go by
I have one from the 1970s in perfect working order.
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OMEGAs are good but I'm not sure if that's an 'obscure' enough brand for you. I would personally stay with Rolex.
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well you must have some amount of money to be able to spend £3K on a watch! My savings I have generally go on food... how long did it take to save for the first watch, may I ask?
I didnt save just had the money and a whim.
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I didnt save just had the money and a whim.
So you're either in debt, have enough money in the bank i.e. savings to spend £3K "on a whim" or have a job which pays £3K a week. Unless the money came from Mummy and Daddy.

Just trying to figure out - how does one have £3K lying around to be used "on a whim"?!
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Money to burn.
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