Every time I think That's enough watches, for a while, I'm sorely tempted with something new that defies that thought...
Yesterday this came in, A Bulova Precisionist, 42mm x 10.5mm, polished SS everything and flat Hardlex crystal.
I confess I have never been a fan of quartz watches, thinking them as cheap time keepers but not really "watches". For that you needed 100-250 parts lovingly and carefully assembled by craftsmen/artisans and fine tuned to run within 5-15 seconds per day.
I've changed my mind (it's never too late:), quartz too can be real watches. I had recently bought two Aragons that used the Seiko V series which beats four times per second, unlike the 1 second clunk of most quartzes. They run very well and are exceedingly accurate. Well, along comes the Bulova. The second hand has a mesmerizing non-stop sweep. The build, fit and finish reek of quality. I'm so glad such fine watches are still being made in this country. I will get another one for sure. They list for $400-450 but with the sales days upon us they can be had for half of that if you look around.
Have a fine weekend and Watch our for that slippery slope... (-: