You also see many new & exisiting companies making watches "out of this world" forgetting the purpose of a watch..."
I would love to have your opinions on this.
I love watches (and I will love to raise my collection) but there is a huge speculation on watches… I love Bordeaux (and I will love to approach 1982, 1986, 1990 more often) and it is the same… I will love to have my own R. Combas or V. Adami, but here again… Sometimes, I recall to myself that I am not the only one on earth. V O Gilsoul (1867-1939) (it is not mine neither)
Laughable prices, boring watches, case diameter way too big, too many opportunist brands etc...... Alex, you know where the fun is for me now jérôme
for free is over and my indiscrimate buying has to stopped. guess the poking fun at certain pieces' prices shooting up the roof among wis is over too. the flippers never got in our way of enjoying our passion , and it won't spoil the fun when they are not around too. whether to speculate or flip is a personal choice, and i only hope people are wise enough not to get themselves burnt in the process. however, because of this activities, we do see a lot more products, whether menaingful or not, are interesting to look at and discuss/criticise among wis friends. this i miss. in conclusion, we have a choice whether to participate in any activity. disregard the noises in one's passionate pursuits as the fad/speculation will subside when demand weans. this is why i am still in this forum with all other enthusiasts.