Find That Look

Picture above we have 3 Pro Diver style watches from 3 different brands and at 3 different price points. I’ve read a lot about the three watches and have seen the Rolex on a lot of people in various magazines. The Rolex Submariner is the watch James Bond wore throughout most of the movies, but I recently read that he is making the switch to the Omega Seamaster.

The Rolex Submariner retails for around $8,000, the Tag Heuer Aquaracer Calibre 5 retails for $1,700 and the Invicta 9937 retails for $260. All three watches have Swiss automatic movement. Automatic movement means it’s not operated by a battery, but by the movement of your arm. I would assume the Rolex movement is superior to the Tag and the Tag superior to the Invicta, but I don’t know for sure. I’m assuming based upon price, but I know you pay a lot for brand names these days.

If you are looking for a classic style watch all three of these would be a great choice. Pick the one that works best with your budget. Oh and if you want to look like Bond, throw a black and grey striped military style NATO watch band on it!

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2 Responses to Find That Look

  1. Which one comes with the extendable garrote for strangling people and swinging across caverns?

  2. John Fischer says:

    Just found your blog – its fun. One quick correction though …Bond has been using the Omega Seamaster for quite some time now (it isn’t new). And you can actually pickup vintage submariners for much less than $8000. And while we’re on the topic, look at the Omega Seamaster – they make a beautiful watch that has a very similar look to the timepieces above.

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