A nice watch, as in not an everyday wearing watch (unless you're careful and can keep it in good condition).
Yes, there are some cheaper watches, and the cell phone works to tell time too, but something that can be passed down to the next generation would be nice.
- $10,000 and upVote A
- $5,000 - $9,999Vote B
- $2,500 - $4,999Vote C
- $1,000 - $2,499Vote D
- $999 and belowVote E
Most Helpful Girl
This depends on what you like and how much you want to spend. Do some research and go for a good watch maker especially if you wish to past it down.
I like watches, but i only need one or two good ones that look good on me.
the big round watches are in now... have been for a few years. I dont like those. i like more lady like looking watches and i like the vintage look.
I do wear my Lady Hamiltion daily. As well as use my wedding silverware/dishes daily. I dont see the point of having two sets of stuff.
Wear it, use it in good health.
changed battery once or twice in 12 years. of owning the watch... great service, sure its expensive but worth it.
have fun shopping
Most Helpful Guy
Let's take $10000 and divide by the approximately 50 years you have left. That's $200/year, $15/month, or 50c/day for the rest of your life. Just to look at a fancy watch. Forget that "pass down to the next generation" bullshit. That's 10% pure marketing bullshit. Yeah, a few things become collectible, but it's not the stuff that is sold as collectible. Some incredibly mundane stuff is collectible 50 years later, like toy pedal cars and metal lunchboxes and old comic books. You can't predict what it will be.0