Re: Breitling - Mechanical or Quartz?
- From: "Norman M. Schwartz" <nmsz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2007 14:59:44 -0500
"Niko" <andy.farz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Jan 24, 2:24 pm, "Norman M. Schwartz" <n...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Henry" <h...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
Practically all non-mechanical watches have a use-life of about 5-7that done once. The watch bought 10/98 is not junk yet. I've encountered
After that time, moisture has its effect on them and they're junk.Major
BS. Two Aerospaces in our family continue to function fine. The
Breiling dealer I use provides lifetime free battery replacement and I
salesman who has a much older Aerospace and it looks and works perfectly.
IMO you can't find anything that even comes near it in the quartz family.
I doubt that the breitling aerospace will become junk in your lifetime.
But one question what makes it the best of the quartz--or the king of
the quartz's if you will.
The king is long gone, this is a democracy. I speak only for myself. It
wears nice, looks nice and just about does everything I look for in a watch,
even though mine does not adjust for DST.
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