Hello & help

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by eezergood, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. eezergood

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    HI, very new to the site! Am looking to canvas opinion as I want to buy 1 'good watch, maybe Rolex but not set. I like ver simple & understated, needs to have date, no gold not bling not jewels & needs to keep great time.

    Thoughts of - Rolex, Panerai, Omega, Kobold, Lacroix?

    Also not a huge thing, as I have small wrists

    Finally, how is the availability of left haded watches?

    Thanks so much in advance
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    Omega Aqua Terra or Rolex Date Just.
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    Most Pams are HUGE...Kobold, no.....Rolex or Omega great choices.
    Left handed watches? I wear mine on my left. Most people do.You mean wear on your right arm? Not many.
  4. eezergood

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    Thanks for the response - I wear my watch on my right hand yes so its more convenient to have the winder on the left but certainly not a deal breaker.

    Kobold no, why???

    Also would consider something vintage?
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    Welcome to TKF! :cheers:
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    Welcome!
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    Welcome to TKF!

    To answer your question, I think that an Omega would be the way to go...also, I'm not aware of a winder on the left hand side of the watch. Since most people are right-handed, it's easier/cheaper to make watches a certain way.

    Trust me, as a fellow leftie, I feel your pain. :thumbsup:
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    U-Boat offers a variety of left hooks...however, they're not that small!