Great. Stick to your Timex and GTFO out of this thread.
Breitling makes a nice watch, not my personal favorite in the price-range, but certainly good stuff. High-end watches have better bracelets, clasps, crystals (including anti-reflective coating), muchhhhh better movements if you appreciate automatic vs Quartz, and overall they are just nice pieces of jewelry and gadgetry in one. Many women spend ridiculous amounts on purses, shoes, and especially jewelry and society just accepts it. Watches aren't just jewelry, they are a part of history, and there is a lot to appreciate by those who are interested. If you just want to tell time, I recommend a G-Shock.
Warranty 2 Year Jomashop Warranty
grey market...or maybe good chinese copy...
I believe Jomashop is a reputable dealer, but any time you're spending this amount of money, I'd do the research anyways.
Breitling is a one of the best brand and watchmakers in the world. This watch is on the affordable side of their watches, but you are getting a more simple and conservative look.
Please do not compare Breitling with Omega, that is just simply an uneducated remark.
These days, Omega isn't quite what it was. Breitling makes a great watch that certainly competes...but when buying an Omega or Rolex, you're getting a name that has a lot of history behind it. In their current offerings, I don't know that you can say Omega is far and away superior.
Here's the $2k question....if you think luxury timepieces are a waste of money, then why are you on here TCing? You're not going to convince those who collect them to stop collecting them. Likewise, I'm not going to try to convince you that you should collect them.
How about you GTFO of this forum entirely if you are the anti-frugal to all our super-frugal. You can't be frugal and spend $2,000 on a watch, unless you are planning on selling it to a very stupid person willing to pay more.
43% off is a decent discount to the general public, however your warranty would not be honored if one sent it in for repair at Breitlings Service dept. That being said, there should not be any reason anyway for it to need any work within 2 years.
Being that dealer cost is 50% off msrp and at the end of the year another 10% kickback adjustment occurs, net cost is 60% off msrp. (most cases) they are still making money. I know Movado works that way as do many other companies..........
You went to dirty name calling in your last paragraph, not much point to counter argue when anyone older than 5 just laughs and loses a bit of respect for you.
I'm way older than 5 and thought it was a pretty well-deserved smackdown after how you roared into this thread with a nasty attitude and then just... kept... going. Too bad your feelings got hurt, but you brought it on yourself.
WE ARE THE 89%!!
(that is, the 89% that don't care if "CA tax kills the deal")
IMHO, if you have a spare 2k laying around, it is much better to buy a pre-owned with box and papers watch. One that you love. Rather than buying this new one. Unless you really love it. I have almost every kind of watch and only bought 2 new, but at dealer prices. Rolex's can appreciate as do Patek's but it takes a long time and keep condition excellent. One can make money but having a sold order first is the best way to enjoy the art of the deal
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