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Looking for something similar to the Junkers Bauhaus Ref - 6060-5 but with a sapphire glass, preferably under $1000, but flexible. Anything out there? I really love the face on that junkers, so hoping to be close to that. Amazon
Fair enough thanks for the insight !! Good catch on the mineral glass, that was a reason I wrote off the Junkers , but I am still tempted by it ! Lots of folks say it's loud, and that turns me off haha. Know of anything else around 500 with a power reserve?
this is a bit past your budget, but there are some nice Junkers models available for ~$500. e.g. [link]
The following are recommendations based off your minimalist style.
You may like a Daniel Wellington. They're very clean-cut and ultra thin. Amazon has them with a bunch of different band styles.
If you want a few more features, but still want overall cleanliness, check out Strela. This guy (link) and this guy (link) may be particularly interesting.
Junkers makes some pretty cool looking watches that are minimalist yet functional. This one is nice (link), and so is this one (link).
Hamilton has some watches in your upper price range. Stylistically they're different from the previous watches I've listed, but I figured variation in choices is always worthwhile when it comes to deciding on a new watch. These (link) are (link) nice (link) watches (link).
I hope you find what you're looking for. Good luck in the search!
Junkers Bauhaus - Ref. 6060-5?
Personally, I'm a fan of the Junkers Bauhaus. I'm not too sure about what pilots wear, but this probably wouldn't be out of their wheelhouse.
If you are looking for something that you can be proud to pass down to your grandkids I believe that some Nomos and IWC watches have a similar aestetic. If you a watch thats a bit easier on your wallet then you may look at a Junkers or a hamilton. If you are fine with a quarts movement then go for a weekender or a fake Daniel Wellington.
Here are a couple watches in that range that I like, but there are tons of watches out there. Just about every watch lets you change the strap, so its generally said you should get it on the metal bracelet (because they are harder to find matching ones later), and then you can buy a leather or other strap.
Seiko SKX009K2 Diving Watch
Strela - This one is manual wind.
Yeah, so what? I drive a Porsche now because I can afford it ����. I got a raise from my job and I still save/invest an average of $9k/month (so far this year anyways).
What about you? How much do you save/invest every month??
Edit: Oof, never mind. Yeesh...