When we set out to write our first Buying Guide, which is now free to access in digital form, we pushed everyone in the team to go as far afield as possible in sourcing watches at all price points, especially at the under $1000 range, where value propositions are harder to find. This would be for print, after all. It had to have real value. It was obviously worth it, because only a couple of boxes of our first edition remain, with issue two going into production any day now. Every time I pick it up, I’m refreshed by brands I don’t see every day on Time+Tide. Baltic. Bamford. Certina. Laco. There’s some genuinely cool things going on with these brands, at a very favourable price. In the first of a series of surprise and delight posts, where we cherry pick some of our favourites from the early pages, we’re delving in to the entry level. To browse the full – and extensive – range of watches from $200 to over $200,000, be sure to visit the digital magazine. **Please note all prices are approximate and in Australian dollars. Bamford Mayfair In 2017 the Bamford Watch Department, the kings of…

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