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Raymond Weil Tango Gents Watch £500.00 @ Goldsmiths

£500.00 @ Goldsmiths
£750 most places incl John Lewis (possible price match) Nice looking watch at very good price. Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
£750 most places incl John Lewis (possible price match)

Nice looking watch at very good price.
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#1
still licking my wounds over the tag i missed out on ernest jones was £1800 then £900 best next price was £1500 :(
#2
This watch usually gets cheaper, I'm sure i have seen it on here for less than £400
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Still only Quartz powered, Swiss watches should be automatic or mechanical wind, not powered by a battery! Why not save a few quid and buy a Citizen Eco Drive, you can get a Titanium bracelet and case Eco Drive Skyhawk for £350!
#4
ashmac
still licking my wounds over the tag i missed out on ernest jones was £1800 then £900 best next price was £1500 :(
Which Tag?
2 Likes #5
i'd be reluctant to buy this as it seems to be a recurring feature on this site. im not sure an expensive cheap watch , or if you like, a cheap expensive watch makes a great deal of sense.

Plenty of very nice automatics available around this price or lower. Personally if id 500 to spend on a. watch id be buying a junghans max bill but you have the choice of much nicer watches from christopher ward, steinhart , stowa etc.
#6
I have a Raymond Weil Freelancer and it's beautiful. I receive a tonne of compliments.
#7
richt
Still only Quartz powered, Swiss watches should be automatic or mechanical wind, not powered by a battery! Why not save a few quid and buy a Citizen Eco Drive, you can get a Titanium bracelet and case Eco Drive Skyhawk for £350!
I have a Raymond Weil Parsifal which I bought 25 years ago for £975. I wear it every day and it still looks as good as new.

I certainly wouldn't swap it for a Tag or a Citizen.
#8
If only they would accept tesco tokens for sale items!
1 Like #9
tyke
ashmac
still licking my wounds over the tag i missed out on ernest jones was £1800 then £900 best next price was £1500 :(
Which Tag?


http://www.ernestjones.co.uk/webstore/d/9102965/tag+heuer+aquaracer+men%27s+chronograph+stainless+watch/

next best £1400 selfridges have it £1800
#10
As others have said, I think £500 for a quartz with a single complication is a bit steep, especially as it's quite an ordinary looking watch (IMHO) - but if you put it into context with entry level Tag F1 watches which begin retail at £750 then it's a good deal.

If you have £500 to spend and are looking at a dress watch like this and want it to have a Swiss Made theme, you could do worse than a Hamilton Jazzmaster or Khaki King or something similar. That would at least have an automatic ETA movement and the finish is very, very good.

https://www.ernestjones.co.uk/webstore/d/6209971/hamilton+jazzmaster+men%27s+brown+leather+strap+watch/

https://www.ernestjones.co.uk/webstore/d/6209688/hamilton+men%27s+khaki+king+automatic+watch/
#11
would rather have a Casio Ediface
#12
shangara
richt
Still only Quartz powered, Swiss watches should be automatic or mechanical wind, not powered by a battery! Why not save a few quid and buy a Citizen Eco Drive, you can get a Titanium bracelet and case Eco Drive Skyhawk for £350!
I have a Raymond Weil Parsifal which I bought 25 years ago for £975. I wear it every day and it still looks as good as new.
I certainly wouldn't swap it for a Tag or a Citizen.

I am not saying you should replace it, but if you want value for money and a watch that does not need a battery and has superior materials, i.e. Titanium over Stainless Steel, then the Citizen with more functions is the one to go for. I've been wearing a Skyhawk for 10 years, it has made my 18ct Gold Jaeger le Coultre almost redundant.
#13
If I was buying something like a lowend raymond Weil have a look at ashford in the US, even with import - with their regular sales much cheaper.
#14
richt
shangara
richt
Still only Quartz powered, Swiss watches should be automatic or mechanical wind, not powered by a battery! Why not save a few quid and buy a Citizen Eco Drive, you can get a Titanium bracelet and case Eco Drive Skyhawk for £350!
I have a Raymond Weil Parsifal which I bought 25 years ago for £975. I wear it every day and it still looks as good as new.
I certainly wouldn't swap it for a Tag or a Citizen.
I am not saying you should replace it, but if you want value for money and a watch that does not need a battery and has superior materials, i.e. Titanium over Stainless Steel, then the Citizen with more functions is the one to go for. I've been wearing a Skyhawk for 10 years, it has made my 18ct Gold Jaeger le Coultre almost redundant.

18ct Jaeger le Coultre ... you smug git ;) Love it ... that's still a turd next to my Lange :)

Edited By: vishy01234 on Jan 26, 2017 02:56

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