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    Bauhaus style, but I知 broke and have very specific Needs

    Any recs, or opinions on this style? I don稚 know if it痴 undiagnosed adhd or dyslexia or a combination that makes it very hard for me to read anything more cluttered.
    Or has less Arabic numerals.
    Or has less contrast. (Partial colorblind, yay)





    Oh and I have around $150.

    I know the rodina was reviewed here but I知 also wondering about the kind of noise it makes. My wife can稚 stand the repetitive noise of timex(otherwise this would of been a simpler choice).

    Not necessarily looking for as dressy a watch that bauhaus is considered, a well recommended pilot style could work.

    Thanks all

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    That Rodina looks very nice.

    Have you looked at Skagen? They're minimalist. I bought one a few months ago for a shockingly low price, like $60 or something. I'm not a watch snob. Just give me something that's nice-looking and keeps good time.

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    Skagen is a second. Armogan is another option.


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    Glad to hear these recs! I値l take a look

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFe Guy View Post
    Have you looked at Skagen?
    I definitely have a few of these and they've been very good cheap watches. They're up there with my favorite invictas.

    also great for your style is a few Stuhrling models maybe around $60 or $50. i think i have a 555A brown, and a different black configuration.

    The Stuhrlings are kind of cheap and dirty, $55 or so but the one I have had a Crystal glass, and a swiss quartz movement. I can't even find both of those for plenty of $200 watches. Not that the rest of them is especially nice or anything :-D


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    If I recall correctly the Rodina is an automatic so you wouldn't get the annoying ticking of the Timex Weekenders.

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    I have the Feice square and it's super nice and well made, even though it is pretty much an exact clone of a Nomos model.

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    I am not sure how much they cost where you are, but Dugena makes a Bauhaus model called Dessau ( the city where the Bauhaus school was). It is affordable German brand.

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    Hmm thoughts on what I致e found so far?






    Still liking the rodina I think as well...

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    For me, I like the last watch you have shown. The FANMIS

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