- Jan 11, 2006
Most of the ladies watches seem to be quartz. The mechanical watches are bulkier and the quartz watches seem to be thinner.
To be honest, I have no idea if there''s a comprehensive list out there. It''s usually best to just look at styles you like and then see if there''s an automatic version. The hard part is you may find the watch you like is manual, but not auto. Might not be worth the effort.Date: 11/29/2006 2:19:12 PM
So who makes ladies watches that are automatic (besides Rolex). Is there a comprehensive list somewhere?
A "show me your watch thread!!!" Ah I love to browse.Date: 11/29/2006 2:06:05 AM
Just kinda skimmed through this thread and have to report that my DH and I both purchased Tags this past year...we are 36 and 29.... mine can be seen on the ''show me your watch'' thread in the jewelry forum, and his is the basic self-winding model. He and I have both been very happy with our Tags but have looked at them as ''our first big-purchase'' watches for sure. So..just giving you all another perspective, I guess...no opinion or judgement intended.
DH HAS mentioned that he would like to ''move up'' to a Rolex in the next few years...and after that who knows? I myself am happy with my Tag b/c it has diamonds on the dial which was more than I expected as a gift from him last year...it seems to be a superb timepiece and I''m so pleased with it so far I haven''t even searched for another watch yet...until I found this thread, LOL!
Oh, I didn''t see this last night, Belle! But was it the Cartier watch? I try to check SP often. I think that face was a little too big for me. But what a great price for Cartier!Date: 11/30/2006 9:43:38 PM
Just saw this. THANKS Going off to drool.Date: 12/1/2006 3:03:25 AM
Try the Omega Aqua Terra Seamaster with diamonds - very droolworthy, automatic and waterproof to 150m. Also has a seconds hand. Just yummy.