Definitely down to supply and demand. There are just more men currently buying vintage watches. If you have a smaller wrist, or don't mind a smaller watch, there are some screaming deals out there! My wife does like the vintage watches I've gotten her, but she really doesn't want a collection like I have. She's fine with the three she has now (quartz LL Bean "military" beater, a Seiko ladies dress watch and a little '70s era Sicura diver.
Post by DonnaCiccio on Jun 21, 2013 18:02:34 GMT -8
Chris is always finding me great deals on vintage watches. Most women want to be "in tread" and until some celebrity makes it super cool to wear these older time pieces they will continue to fall under the radar. I bet if Oprah did it.. ebay would be hopping!
If my daughter-in-law is any indication, bling and large are in. Automatic? What's that? rolling-lol
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