For watch addicts whose collection run to three or four dozen watches, no matter what watch they wear there is always the anxiety and despair of the watches they are NOT wearing. Watch addicts agonize over what watch to wear.
I have a friend, for example, who works in banking, and he gave away ALL his watches because, he said, he'd spend hours at night matching dozens of watches with his suits in preparation for the next day. He almost had a breakdown. After 10 years of owning no watches, I ruined his life by giving him a couple over the last year. He loves them and is hooked again. To him, I apologize.
With all these watches, there comes the question: What if you could wear only one? For me, the watch that I go to again and again that never stops singing on the wrist is the Invicta Force 4830. It has two crowns. The one on the left operates the internal unidirectional bezel.
There is a more rare version, the F0046, that is identical but has no left crown. Both models are no longer made but are sometimes found on eBay and elsewhere. Both sell out very quickly.
The Force is a masterpiece in masculine watches with its triple black monochromatic color scheme, its easy to read big Arabic numerals, and its magnifying globe crystal. If I could only have one, the triple black Force would be it.