The Goldilocks zone, Part 2 – 7 of the best mid-size watches money can buy, inc. a brand new Grand Seiko to die for

To recap: in Part 1 of this series, we took a look at seven of the best watches money can buy that measure between 34mm and 39mm … aka the “Goldilocks” zone. There are so many more great examples of mid-size watches, however, that we thought it only right to mention a few more. So if you’re after a timepiece that isn’t going to sit on your wrist like a Roman sundial, your search may well be over. Enjoy. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Ref.114200 Representing the very smallest of what we would consider to be a mid-size timepiece, this Rolex Oyster Perpetual with Olive Green dial is such a great timepiece. In fact, having spent some time with one of these watches in the past, we reckon this is one of the sleeper hits of Rolex’s current line-up. And trust us: when it looks this good, 34mm wears just fine. $7150 AUD. Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Recently donned by us as the single best iteration of Tudor’s excellent Black Bay range, even a short glance should tell you why the Fifty-Eight is such a brilliant thing. The proportionality of this vintage-inspired diver is nigh on perfect, measuring in at 39mm across…

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