- Sub-£100 Watch suggestions…
It’s been at least 2 weeks since the last watch thread, so in true STW form I thought I’d start another.
I’m pretty much sold on one of these for £73.
Is there anything else out there that’s similar, that looks as nice (subjective, I know), and that I should consider?Posted 5 years agohiggoMember
I’d take a classic Seiko 5 over a Casio that wanted to be a Breitling any day of the week….Posted 5 years ago
For a sub £100 watch I think you will do well to beat a Casio SNK 809. They’re about £55 on Amazon, add £20 for a good leather strap (tan looks great, you need an 18mm) and you will have a really nice, slightly different from the norm watch. It is small (37mm) though, the SNZG15J1 is similar but a bit bigger (42mm) and a bit more expensive (£90 ish) if you want a larger face.
I would say both are “nicer” than the one you linked to but then my taste may be different to yours!Posted 5 years agobam74Member
Not a fan of the seiko posted above either but I have this one.Posted 5 years agorootMember
I’ve got an Edifice Waveceptor similar to the one you posted and can’t really fault it at all, nice watch, nice features and don’t see too many about. I’ve got this one, had it a few years:
If not that and you like Casios, I got one of these the other day for less than £100, really good:Posted 5 years ago
Joolsburger. That’s what I’m talking about 🙂
Very nice- shame it’s over budget 🙁Posted 5 years agobirkyMember
Similar to the SNK809 above but larger case, 41mm vs 37Posted 5 years ago
This one’s only a tenner more expensive than the one joolsburger posted…Posted 5 years agoclubberMember
I have this Skagen. Best looking watch I’ve had.
Posted 5 years agoHounsMember
The rare occasion I do wear a watch nowadays I wear thisPosted 5 years ago
I’ve been toying with the idea of one of these. I have used their alarm clock for 20 years and like the design which these refer back to.Posted 5 years ago
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