But to be honest, in a sense, given ample financial resources and expertise enjoyed by the largest watch companies, it shouldn't be a tall task or something out of line to ask of them to deliver the absolute best products they could muster. When we are talking about watches that set people back for north of say a million HKDs, we really do expect nothing less than perfection - the consumers have offered their patience and money and the watchmakers should fulfil their demands.
Because of that, I feel even more excited when I witness new offerings from that market that are modestly priced but nonetheless, promise to deliver exceptional quality and value within pre-defined financial headspace their makers were given. Anybody could create a perfect watch given unlimited financial support (and time), yet it is an even more respectable feat to dish out a great watch within realistic economic constraints. And in this episode of Analysis, we introduce to you three relatively budget new releases in 2016 that more than hold their own in the face of their higher-priced counterparts.