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    Default How important is the movement type in a watch?

    Greetings ladies. I am guessing I am one of the only men on the forum.

    I have a question for you about watches. How many of your are concerned about the specs of a watch such as the type of movement it has, the materials used in the case and bracelet. Also bling or no bling? If you like diamonds. Do they have to be real diamonds?

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    Default Re: How important is the movement type in a watch?

    No, we have THE-GUY who is a regular member here.

    As far as you question...I could care less about bling, diamonds, and movement in my watch. If it stands out to me I buy it. My watches vary in style from Coach, Burberry, Anne Klein, and Fossil watches. HTH!
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    Default Re: How important is the movement type in a watch?

    tBF and I collect watches (Omega, Rolex, Seiko, Breitling, TAG, Doxa...) - we look at the whole package - specs, looks, materials, brand, service history.... I certainly wouldn't buy an expensive watch that looks great but lacks in other areas, and vice versa.

    Diamonds: real? Yes. Fake? No.

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    Default Re: How important is the movement type in a watch?

    I like my solar powered watch. It has crystals on the sides... does that count as bling?

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    Default Re: How important is the movement type in a watch?

    I'm currently pining for a Rolex...I would like to have real diamonds around the face...but realze that if I were indeed that lucky to get one, it would be a plain stainless steel one and I would have to wait 5 years or so to send it in to have the diamonds added.

    My current watch is a Bulova and it's got some crystals on it. I get a lot of compliments on it and it has held up pretty well.

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