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Do nice watches for DH come under style and beauty then?

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flowerybeanbag Wed 16-Jul-08 13:54:01

It's our 10th wedding anniversary coming up and I want to get him a nice watch as a present. I am a bit skint but have a tax rebate on it's way so I don't mind spending a bit. Absolute top whack £500 but a bit less would be nice.

Any ideas? He will want to be able to wear it to work I think, so not too outrageous or trendy.

TIA

Neeerly3 Wed 16-Jul-08 13:58:06

have a google for U-Boat watches - i bought my DH one a few xmas's ago and he loves it. they are quite big, but DH is a 20st rugby player, so the bigger the better....

here

flowerybeanbag Wed 16-Jul-08 14:03:26

Ooh they're nice neeerly3, thanks, might investigate. DH is definitely not a 20st rugby player though...grin

everlong Wed 16-Jul-08 14:41:38

Longine sell beautiful watches.

Timeless and classic.

I have the Dolce Vita that my dh bought me 5 years ago, I still love.

flowerybeanbag Wed 16-Jul-08 15:16:30

Longines looking a wee bit pricey for me I reckon everlong.

flowerybeanbag Thu 17-Jul-08 12:21:13

anyone else pretty please?

jamescagney Thu 17-Jul-08 14:22:01

treated my dh to a Raymond Weil after our lo was born (also due to rebate!) cost about ?1200 euro (£800? stg) 2 years ago and is really beautiful (and classy but i hate that word)sorry am not competent enought to do link, congrats on anniversary, hope you get something lovely too!grin

flowerybeanbag Thu 17-Jul-08 15:08:44

Thanks james, will investigate Raymond Weil, and yes fingers are crossed for something pretty coming my way.... grin

YeahBut Thu 17-Jul-08 15:11:15

When dh was eyeing up watches for his 40th, he was taken with Breitling and Tag Heuer.

flowerybeanbag Thu 17-Jul-08 15:26:05

yeahbut have just checked those after you posted, my pennies aren't going to stretch that far unfortunately

I was liking the Breitling ones especially.

<<sigh>>

<<markets self frantically in search of lucrative client needing lots of work immediately>>

CountessDracula Thu 17-Jul-08 15:27:14

Get him an old one
Dh has 1960s Omega it is gorg

flowerybeanbag Thu 17-Jul-08 19:25:48

That's a good idea CD.

Where is a good place to look for decent second hand watches, do you (or anyone else) know? Is Ebay the right place for something like that? I'm always a bit wary of it, no idea why really.

fantastic Thu 17-Jul-08 22:46:03

Hi Flowery, (I was mojomumy, but have ended that..)

I would recommend having a look at watches.co.uk . I bought DH his rolex from there - might help you £'s go further

flowerybeanbag Fri 18-Jul-08 09:51:23

Hi fantastic!

I've been googling and have found that site, it's looking good! Lots of pre-owned ones on it within my price range.

everlong Fri 18-Jul-08 09:57:08

The branded watch company ( sorry crap at links ) has mens longines watches for around £350 upwards.

Just seen a lovely Dolce Vita for £440. worth a look.

flowerybeanbag Fri 18-Jul-08 10:16:57

cheers everlong will check that out as well

flowerybeanbag Fri 18-Jul-08 15:27:00

I have stretched and strained my budget and bought him a lovely pre-worn Tag Heuer from watches.co.uk. Hoorah! Am v pleased, as long as it turns up in the mint condition it's apparently in!

Thanks ladies

everlong Fri 18-Jul-08 16:10:57

Oh great he will love it! You will be in the good books!

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