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- North Texas
I have not worn a watch in many years. Even then I would wear very common inexpensive watches as I always worked as an equipment technician in the semiconductor industry. I was always bumping, scraping, etc my watches. Now I no longer work on equipment. I have moved on to more of an engineering roll. Anyway, I want to start wearing a watch again. I am a MAC Man so started looking at Apple Watches. The one I would want would cost me $900 plus I would have to have cellular fees that I don't want. I moved on to looking at new watches and am not really impressed. I like classic styling to go with my fedora collection. So I thought why not get a really good vintage watch for under $900 and it wouldn't need to be upgraded every two years. So that's where I am now. I'm looking for a good vintage watch. The problem is I know practically nothing about them other than I know what I like - look wise. Can some of you "vintage watch" people point me to reputable dealers?