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i like the Tudor. I like all that yellow junk on the dial as well, I prefer an auto movement


Nice yellow accents. I like the unique details that give a watch distinctiveness. That's why I'm not totally into Seiko. Vanilla Haagen Dazs


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Grand Seiko is always my choice over the Swiss watches. My hesitation buying them is re-sell, even though they seem to be made as good or better than their competition the majority of watch buyers think Swiss watches are superior so there is a bigger aftermarket.
 

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the picture of the grand seiko in the first post appears not to actually be the SBGV007. The SBGV007 actually has the 40mm 44gS style case with polished lug tops:


I think the originally pictured GS is smaller at 38mm and has a different styled, more generic case ...
 

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Yeah, it's true, your tastes may change over this period buy there again we are talking about two classic looking watches here. Your taste may change but unless you have a shift towards the extream you will probably still hold your interest in both these models.

If you're looking for perfection of design and function then Seiko is the one for you, if you're looking for something perfectly good but holds a little bit more cache in the branding department then Tudor is the sister of Rolex, so the path is clear.

Just a thought :0)
 

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azrael:
Whatta poser so early in the morn.
Really a tuff call if you know what I
mean. But if push come to shove, Id
go with the Tudor. No stones thrown
at Seiko

Lou Snutt
 
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