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      05-06-2013, 07:08 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Trijicon View Post
I too was in the same boat long time ago when deciding on my first dive watch. Through my research, it seemed as though Omega carried a more robust heritage and held its resale much better. I went with Omega, I'm sure I'll get shot down by Tag lovers, but this was just my observation.
I completely agree. The fatal flaw I find with Tag Heuer is that many chain jewelry stores carry their lower end models next to Movado and Raymond Weil. Tag Heuer makes some very nice timepieces, but there is a huge gap between even their low and mid range watches.

I'd go with the Seamaster 10 times out of 10. It's a fantastic watch all around: excellent build quality, good brand history, holds its value well, and every mall in America doesn't carry them.