How much should you spend on your Swiss replica watch

Watch columnist Robin Swithinbank said: There are two questions. As a watch critic, I am often asked "What is your favorite Swiss watch?" "How much do you think I should pay for a Swiss watch?" Usually by a super snobbish motive and a trap, though not very good. If you are eight years old, I would only recommend buying a replica watch from Argos. If it is a very good elite who is self-righteous, it can be more than £29.99. Suppose I know how much you have, and I know how much you want to spend on a Swiss replica watch. I think, I can give you some guidelines. For example, buy something you like. If the date window gets you bored, don't buy it.

Second, buy something you can afford. Most replica watches are not an investment, and the value is much lower than the time you pay for them, and you can still buy a few hundred dollars of excellent mechanical replica watches. I told my friends to forget IWC's dreams and buy a Hamilton replica watch. For a man, they never regret listening to my advice. You can buy a decent Hamilton replica watch for just a few hundred dollars.

The other thing to remember is - as I said here - at some point in a few years, your mechanical watch (and I assume you are buying a mechanical watch) will need repair service, at least for hundreds of dollars lb. Forgetting to take it into consideration, when your replica watch slows down, you get an annoying message, and his pocket tells you that you have to pay to get him to work again. If you have to have a luxury replica watch, there is a way to make it affordable. Many retailers offer up to 60 months of interest-free credit. For example, a Swiss replica watch will require you to orologi replica pay 10% and then pay in monthly installments. On a £3,000 watch, for a period of more than three years, this means a deposit of £300 and a payment of £36 to £75 per month.

Still, you have money and are aware of the pitfalls, but still need some reasonable advice on what to buy. Well, this is what I have to do. I will try to make this money as valuable as possible. Suppose I have a cost of £10,000. I can do a lot of things. I can go out and find a new Vacheron Constantin replica watch for myself. I have to bargain, but in the end, I have a watch that makes me feel like the Thomas crown (yes, I know Steve McQueen and Pierce Brosnan wear Cartier watches and Jaeger-LeCoultre replica watches). This will be a smart thing. Or I can sink it into IWC, with a blue pointer and a blue Arabic dial, and be happy for the rest of my life.

But I also know that I will get tired of a Swiss replica watch. So what I actually do is divide the money into two halves, or even three. To this end, I can purchase the fake Rolex Oyster Perpetual for £3,750, the Tudor Heritage Black Bay Black Strap for £2,130, and the Zenith Elite 6150 for £5,200. Ok, I am grand, but I immediately purchased three products and worked with the sales assistant.

How will you spend 10,000 pounds on your replica watch? The point is, for the money, I can get a luxury Swiss replica watch that I can wear every day.