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IN DEPTH: Best Five Vintage Buys Under $500

I spend my mornings studying Pateks, my afternoons advising collectors as they deliberate over their next purchases, and my nights writing about literally superlative Rolexes. Oh, and my grail watch just happens to be an A-series Royal Oak. But through all of this, my budget is still limited to $500, and not a penny more. So lately I’ve been scouring the web for something cool, collectible, and worth my while. I’ve got to tell you, this has been one heck of a search so far, and it won’t get any easier, but that’s where all the fun is in acquiring a watch. 

Let’s get down to business: Here’s my list of the best five vintage buys under $500. 

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A Seamaster Made To Master The Ocean

Today, I have finally made the decision to end my new-watch writing streak and go back to classics: the tool watches and the watches that are the basis of today’s modern designs. If you have been a reader of mine for the past five minutes or for the past five months, you may know that my first ever wristwatch was a vintage Omega Seamaster 30. To say the least, Omega is a spectacular brand. While Omega can boast many significant horological space and land achievements, let’s face it, water covers more than seventy percent of the earth’s surface, so let’s go for a dive.

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Searching For A Diver At SIHH 2014

Today, I would like to introduce the most recent creation by Cartier, the Calibre de Cartier Diver Watch. This watch is indeed amazing, but had a totally unexpected release earlier this year. As most know, Cartier has produced some of the upmost exceptional masterpieces of jewelry and horology in the world, but within the 167 years of Cartier’s existence, the Calibre de Cartier Diver is the only serious diver’s watch in the company’s timekeeping lineage. 

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