Stainless Steel Rolex Daytona: Worth $27k?

My father used to say “something is worth exactly what someone will pay for it.” It’s a lesson for any buyer looking to add a stainless steel Rolex Daytona – with the prized white dial – to his or her collection. And there it is! thewatchbox.com has a pre-owned example listed on their site for $26,750. Or is that $27,950? I’m not sure it matters. What matters here . . .

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4 Great Watches Under $3k

A great watch for under $3k? Totally doable. But don’t ask hodinkee.com. They’re too busy touting Watches Under $10,000 That’ll Have You Looking Like a Million Bucks. Oh for Pete’s sake. That’s like “a list of sports cars under $100k that will make you stop wishing you were driving a Ferrari.” Here are four great watches under $3k that won’t leave you feeling short-changed. . .

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The Solution to Wristwatch Chafing?

“It seems that modern metal watch bracelets and cases are cut so that there’s a certain sharpness to their edges, which causes irritation,” heyitsjosh asserts in the caption to the video below. I’ve never had that problem. And I’ve never taken a nail file to my watch. But I know women with smaller necks than Josh’s wrists. The bigger question . . .

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Grand Seiko SBGY002 – Worth $25K?

If you’ve got 25 large burning a hole in your wallet, the Grand Seiko SBGY002 is within your budget. Not so the Holy Grail watches (e.g., the Patek Philippe Nautilus). Then again, all the high horology brands have a timepiece within that 25 large budget (e.g., the Vacheron Constantin Overseas). So why in the world would you spend that kind of cash on a Grand Seiko SBGY002?

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