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Throwback Thursday: Some of the Best Affordable Watches

In this Throwback Thursday, a viewer had a question about Tim and Jason showcasing affordable watches so they do a This or That between the Baume & Mercier Clifton Club, Mido Ocean Star, and the Seiko Orange Samurai. For the full episode: In the full episode, Tim Mosso and Jason Mane tackle your questions about collecting luxury watches. Tonight's Monday Mailbag starts with an haut-de-gamme showdown between the HYT H4 Metropolis and the Romain Gauthier Logical One. The hydro-mechanical HYT H4 adds an LED light array and a dynamo to its arsenal of features while the Romain Gauthier Logical One Natural Titanium offers a grade 5 titanium showcase for its extraordinary constant-force cam-fusee caliber. Tim responds to a viewer's question concerning why Rolex watches so dominate the luxury watch marketplace and public mindshare. The answer involves consistency, innovation, marketing, and the insulation from investor pressure that only non-profit private-foundation ownership can provide. We play this or that twice tonight in response to a viewer's question regarding affordable dive watches. The Mido Ocean Star Caliber 80, Seiko Samurai Orange Diver, and the Baume & Mercier Clifton Club Diver run the gauntlet as we select our favorite sub-$2,000 dive watch. User Bill B. submits a question regarding the likelihood that Rolex will retire the Milgauss, and he pairs that query with a second regarding the complication that Rolex is most likely to introduce in the near future. Finally, we discuss the Richemont Group's November 6-month report in the context of a viewer's question concerning the recovery of the global luxury watch marketplace in 2017 and beyond. Please Subscribe: View hundreds of hands-on luxury watch reviews at our WatchBox Reviews channel: Instagram: BUY WATCHES HERE: