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    Senior Member Wildrover's Avatar
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    Question Forum - not very active.

    I think Facebook and all he other sites Instagram etc are killing Forums. I like Forums thought as the content is organised.

    Which brings me to the point. Is it worth reorganising some of the Forums - to create more input?
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    I think the little down time is due to no recent new releases. Once the Townhouse opens, and we start seeing new stuff, the forum should be more active.

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    Comments on how to reorganise/restructure are always welcome, Jerry. I agree the forum hasn't been very actively lately, but then again neither have I!

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    Lets get active

    Yes, the forum is a bit quiet but is that a sign that people don't like there watches and moving them on or that they are enjoying their timepieces, hopefully the latter!

    Being an owner of two Omega's I became a member of the Omega Forum, and there is a lot of activity on those forums, but Omega has been in existence for many many years, there is history, there are more watches out there are a hell of a lot more people involved.

    By comparison Bremont is a very new company, until very recently I had never heard of them, had I been aware of them earlier in my watch collecting hobby I may already be an owner of one of these watches.

    I have no idea if the watches are reliable, is the Company that makes the watches good, does it look after it's customers with a great support system, encourage them to keep their timepiece and maybe add further watches to their collection, this I intend to find out through reading the forums and asking around before spending over £3000 of hard earned money on a luxury watch.

    My initial impressions are good, I like the look of the watches, the pricing is competitive and I am beginning to realise that there is a loyal following, that all bodes well for prospective purchaser.

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