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Top Watch Forums List

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Top Watch Forums

Luckily for watch enthusiasts from all around the world, there are a huge range of watch related forums that you can choose from.

Through this list, we aim to give you the top watch forums you should use depending on what you are looking for, each with a reason why. The different categories include brand specific forums, most popular and more.

Most Popular Watch Forums

tzuk

TZ-UK is one of the best watch forums on the internet right now, allowing all kinds of watch related posts and is not brand specific in any way.

The atmosphere and sense of community has been the best there in my personal experience, which is why it deserves to be at the top of the list!

Be sure to register there today!

tz-uk.com

watchuseek

Watchuseek is beyond doubt the world’s largest and most popular watch forums, with sub forums for almost any brand! The advantages of using a large forum like this is that if you have a question or are posting a thread, you are bound to get replies quick and many of them.

They have sub forums for various different brands, rendering them a competitor to the brand specific forums below.

However, one resource may not always have all the answers to your questions, and as they are all free to use, we recommend you join a range to get the best possible result.

watchuseek.com

 

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 Brand Specific Forums

Top Rolex Forum: RolexForums.com

rolexforums

RolexForums is beyond doubt the best watch forum for Rolex watches. Boasting impressive visit and membor statistics, it is the largest Rolex Forum on the web today.

Whether you have a question or are looking for advice/facts about Rolex Timepieces, then this is the perfect forum for you.

RolexForums.com

 

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 Top Omega Forum: OmegaForums.net

omegaforums

OmegaForums.net is the world’s largest Omega specific watch forum, having a huge archive of free resources, including facts, reviews, comparison and much more all about modern and vintage Omega watches alike.

Whether you have a passion for the brand or consider purchasing an Omega watch, then this is the right forum for you.

OmegaForums.net

 

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 Top Citizen & Seiko Forum: thewatchsite.com

scwf

TheWatchSite.com is a forum primarily focusing the mostly affordable yet high quality Japanese brands, Seiko and Citizen.

These two watch brands are seen as the perfect ‘beater’ or daily wear watch as they do not break easily will last you many years. Find out more on TheWatchSite Citizen and Seiko Forum.

TheWatchSite.com

 

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 Top Panerai Forum: paneristi.com

panerist

Paneristi is the leading forum for Panerai watches, a brand with a cult following by many high profile collectors.

It is the perfect place to start if you are considering buying a Panerai timepiece, or also a great resource for any questions you may have regarding Panerai watches.

Panerist.com

 

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 Wrapping up

There are a range of watch forums available at your disposal for free, so the real challenge is looking for the one that best suits your interests.

We recommend you look at forums focused around the brands you’re interested in, or if you’re not where to start then go to watchuseek as it is the largest and most diverse watch related forum.

We hope this list on the top watch forums helped you out! if it did, please be sure to share this post on social media and leave a comment if you have anything more to add or any questions you may have.

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