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This is what I have to pick from every morning----along with some cheapies that aren't pictured. I have another one on the way too (new Belair).
Posted at 05:01 PM in Manly Watches | Permalink
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With your Belair I count 25 watches, plus your beaters and you're close to 30 it sounds like. That makes your, my, and Jeff's collections all around 30...I wonder if there is something about that? Is 25-30 the tipping point between a moderate and massive collection?
I remember reading some folks on Watchgeeks who owned literally hundreds of watches - I seem to recall one member having purchased 90-something watches on the Sunday Run in the last year.
I find that the functional collection size is less than a dozen. That gives you half a dozen regular rotation watches, a few special occasion watches, a beater or two and a novelty or two. Beyond a dozen is excessive; nothing wrong with that, but when you get to two dozen and more there are just watches that you'll never wear.
I'd like to whittle my collection down to two dozen, even twenty or less so I can fit them in a watch box. We'll see, though. I can still look at my collection and imagine selling half a dozen more watches, but beyond that it gets tricky.
February 08, 2013 at 05:59 AM
I should mention---not pictured is my Casio G-Shock, which has been profiled here on Herculodge.
February 08, 2013 at 06:45 AM
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