I love watches but don't like collecting, so I'm looking to get rid off all but the very sentimental ones.
And then I want to buy one that would last me a lifetime. One that would become me.
I'd prefer a full titanium build because of weight reasons and a leather strap has a much shorter lifespan. Which is why I am leaning toward a Seiko MarineMaster 600 spring drive. However, I don't know how comfortable or sturdy it would be for daily use. I have a desk job but I am quite active and do a lot of sports, gardening etc. Bumping or scratching it would be a sure thing.
I would prefer the price to be under 3k, so if an Oyster or SeaMaster is the answer I'd have to find a preloved one that's perhaps too old to be reliable for another couple of decades.
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Being avid watch enthusiasts ourselves, we were fed up with our limited choices due to the inflated high mark up prices of popular name brands. It also didn't help that we always felt like our collection was never complete (a problem all true watch enthusiasts can relate to). It bothered us even more that we didn't have a single watch from an African source where we have our roots. All these led to the creation of the ASOROCK range of watches.
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