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  1. My issue is cost. I have the money to buy a Sub, but I have never spent over $150 thus far. Seems almost too big a leap to go to a $9,000 watch (although I would buy used for considerably less). I could get a new Omega Seamaster 300 M for less than $4K. As I noted earlier, it has the sporty look of the Sub that I love, but a much more comfortable point of entry (pricing). I guess my thought is that I dip my toes into my first expensive quality watch slowly, then if it's everything I think it will be, upgrade to the Sub at a later point. All that said, I would still be settling as the Sub is truly my hearts desire..... Appreciate everyone's continued thoughts and advice!
  2. I have been lurking around these forums for a few years now with my heart set on a used Rolex Submariner. I'm budgeting around $4,500, so I imagine that would get me a watch around 10 years old or so. I recently came across the Omega Seamaster 300M, and I really like the looks of it (very similar to a Submariner IMHO). I'm curious how others feel in regards to the comparisons between the two. I still like the Submariner, but I also really like the comparable looks of the Omega Seamaster 300m, and the price would allow me to buy brand new. Curious what everyone's thoughts are here, which will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  3. My issue is cost. I have the money to buy a Sub, but I have never spent over $150 thus far. Seems almost too big a leap to go to a $9,000 watch (although I would buy used for considerably less). I could get a new Omega Seamaster 300 M for less than $4K. As I noted earlier, it has the sporty look of the Sub that I love, but a much more comfortable point of entry (pricing). I guess my thought is that I dip my toes into my first expensive quality watch slowly, then if it's everything I think it will be, upgrade to the Sub at a later point. All that said, I would still be settling as the Sub is truly my hearts desire..... Appreciate everyone's continued thoughts and advice!
  4. I have been lurking around these forums for a few years now with my heart set on a used Rolex Submariner. I'm budgeting around $4,500, so I imagine that would get me a watch around 10 years old or so. I recently came across the Omega Seamaster 300M, and I really like the looks of it (very similar to a Submariner IMHO). I'm curious how others feel in regards to the comparisons between the two. I still like the Submariner, but I also really like the comparable looks of the Omega Seamaster 300m, and the price would allow me to buy brand new. Curious what everyone's thoughts are here, which will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  5. My issue is cost. I have the money to buy a Sub, but I have never spent over $150 thus far. Seems almost too big a leap to go to a $9,000 watch (although I would buy used for considerably less). I could get a new Omega Seamaster 300 M for less than $4K. As I noted earlier, it has the sporty look of the Sub that I love, but a much more comfortable point of entry (pricing). I guess my thought is that I dip my toes into my first expensive quality watch slowly, then if it's everything I think it will be, upgrade to the Sub at a later point. All that said, I would still be settling as the Sub is truly my hearts desire..... Appreciate everyone's continued thoughts and advice!
  6. I have been lurking around these forums for a few years now with my heart set on a used Rolex Submariner. I'm budgeting around $4,500, so I imagine that would get me a watch around 10 years old or so. I recently came across the Omega Seamaster 300M, and I really like the looks of it (very similar to a Submariner IMHO). I'm curious how others feel in regards to the comparisons between the two. I still like the Submariner, but I also really like the comparable looks of the Omega Seamaster 300m, and the price would allow me to buy brand new. Curious what everyone's thoughts are here, which will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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