Quartz Is Your Friend

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Re: Quartz Is Your Friend

Postby temerityb » Sat May 11, 2019 8:53 pm

Artman wrote:I love that Constellation Jaw!


Yeah, me too. Like crazy.
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Re: Quartz Is Your Friend

Postby jaw » Sat May 11, 2019 9:59 pm

temerityb wrote:
Artman wrote:I love that Constellation Jaw!


Yeah, me too. Like crazy.


Thanks fellas.
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Re: Quartz Is Your Friend

Postby GeorgeH » Mon May 13, 2019 3:15 pm

My current collection is about 60% automatic and 40% quartz. I like them both. It seems the quartz are better suited for complications like a Chronograph. Since I started collecting in 2006 I have owned and flipped about 83 different brands of watches. I just had the desire to add a Swiss made watch to my collection as most are Japanese or have Japan movements. So I wanted a Swiss Made, two-eyed chrono, quartz, and a brand I never owned before that had a good reputation and was less than $300.
So I decided to go with an Edox Chronorally S 09503 37NNONAN NNO which I got from eBay for $209. It's on the way! Any comments on the Edox brand would be appreciated.

BTW The Omega Constellation brought back some old memories. It was the first watch I flipped back in 2007. Actually, I traded it in towards a Rolex Sub. It was an Omega Constellation Double Eagle.


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