I've got to curb my watch-buying binge. In order to appreciate Haute Horlogerie, I've decided that I have to learn about ...well...haute horlogerie. So, I need an inexpensive watch that I can take apart to examine and understand the workings; and then put back together.
Obviously, I may not get it back together; so I'm looking for a very inexpensive watch that has a roughly comparable set of gizmos (...see I really do need to learn the terminology...) with better watches. Later on I may tackle my Raymond Weil automatic, but before that I'll have to start with a basic mechanical.