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With the Pateks, VCs, IWCs, AL&S and APs I could spend $700K from that list. Jeebus, I should have been wealthy.
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I had noted this article on some other watch forum; the name escapes me at present. I think the “top 62” choices were pretty much limited to whatever ones the magazine had access to – I mean, heck, Baume is the most reviled and useless brand since Invicta’s famous Activa line of plastic watches.
All that being noted, of this list, here’s what I’d fancy: The Girard-Perregaux 1966 is a classic look that never goes out of style, and heck, it’s a GP … Rado Captain Cook? Anytime; they’re just so spiffy … the JLC Memovox was on my short list at the time I picked up a new Rolex last year … I’m an admitted fan of the Longines HydroConquest line from soup to nuts … there are a few other personal winners on that list, but I’d boil my choices down to any one of these. Or two.
“Jewelry isn’t really my thing, but I’ve always got my eye on people’s watches.” – Clive Owen