Never really thought I wanted a wrist watch until I visited Seagull Watch Company. The craftsmanship was amazing. Every watch was engineered with great precision. When we first arrived at the Seagull Watch Company we were met outside by the tour guide. Before we went inside to look at the history of their company she had us stand outside on giant sundial they had created. Once we got inside we signed a guest book. This was really neat, being able to see all the people that have already toured the building and be able to put my name in the book. It was real interesting to see all the pictures and photographs on the wall, and see all the famous people that owned one of the watches they created. George W Busch Senior had a photo of him fishing in the ocean with one of the watches on his wrist. The prices of these gems varied greatly there was on watch that cost over $125,000 and there is only 3 in the world. To get one of these you need to pay in advance of them making it. There are other watches that only cost $100 to $200. After being there I realized a watch would a perfect to hand down family heirloom.