My favorite watch is a Donald Duck Bradley Time quartz worth about $60 new. I have watches that cost many thousands that I don't like quite as much. But it's a sentimental choice.
My taste in watches has little to do with price. However, up to a point higher price does indicate superior craftsmanship... as long as you're an educated and careful shopper, one who studies horology
Wilfreb I wear and enjoy all my watches but there is a so called pecking order.It use to be my Tag Aquagraph followed by the Aquaracer and so on.Now they have moved over for the Invicta Sabaqua Noma 111.It is now the most worn watch in the collection.It also was a lot less expensive then the Tags.
It's my most expensive and my favorite and will be my favorite when it is no longer my most expensive watch. I like them all, or I wouldn't have bought them, but if all but one had to go, the Rolex is the one I would keep, period. We've been through a hell of a lot together and every time I put it on some old memory pops up, usually a good one.:thumbup:
Interesting question. Right now my fave is the Reserve SAN and it is my most expensive watch but it's also my newest. The fact that it's twice the cost of any other watch I own I'm sure will influence whether it's my favorite or not down the road. I'm not going to be willing or able to buy anything as expensive for a long time, so I'm hoping it will maintain favorite status.
I have to answer a resounding NO to this one. Although I love my Breitling I find I enjoy my less expensive watches more. I cant name one but I have noticed that my price point has moved up a little and my once beloved Alphas now sit in the box while I wear my newer $150 to $300 acquisitions. They are all good at one time or another.
Actually, one of my least expensive ($15.50 ebay) is "one of my favorites"
It's for me a summertime watch, xtra light weight on a nylon strap. Really, I love whatever I'm wearing and don't have a #1 watch....although I like drinking Vodka with my CLERC on.