I agree. If you order a piece, you should be able to customize it, to an extent.In the 80's I purchsed the first generation Tag Heuer SEL. They allowed me to chose the dial color (like 30 diff shades), case finish, bracelet or strap, bracelet finish and movement (quartz or auto) all that for a $1400 msrp watch. It is my opinion that smart companies will gravitate to more selectable options by the consumer. Why can't things be like burger king? Especially at the prices of like a Rolex or an AP.
I agree. If you order a piece, you should be able to customize it, to an extent.
For example, the black faced Daytona. It only comes with black hands, which are hard as hell to see. If you could get it with red hands, it would be sick. People get their done, but it's a custom job. Not by the manufacturer, and it voids the manufacturers warranty.
totally agreed!!the difference in weight of a steel rolex and a gold rolex is night and day. the steel rolexes almost feel "fake." my next rolex is for sure going to be gold. my cousin just bought a white gold daytona and it feels so much better than my father's steel daytona.