Some people prefer to have 3 really nice watches in their collection. Others glory in a collection that's in the hundreds and they refuse to sell or let go of anything. I'm somewhere closer to the low number. Currently, my collection is 8 but my 48mm EcoZilla is a "swimmer's beater" and isn't in the rotation, so that leaves me with 7. Here they are in order of bezel size:
1. Benarus Moray Dart 44mm
2. Citizen Promaster Sky 44mm
3. Orient Saturation Diver 46mm
4. Seiko Fieldmaster SBDL021 47mm
5. Seiko Black Tuna Monster SRP637 47mm
6. Seiko Tuna SBBN017 47mm
7. Benarus Megalodon 49mm
I feel I've got my hands full rotating these and no matter how much I like the watch I'm wearing, I'm always feeling the pang of regret for not wearing one of the others (yeah, I know, first-world problems are annoying).
So I'm going to try this rotation of 7 for a while before pulling the trigger on something else. My biggest temptation is the all stainless version of the Citizen Promaster Sky, but that seems like quite a splurge considering I already have the black gunmetal version. So I'm going to hold off for a while.
Also, who knows what one more watch to the collection might do to my equilibrium? It would be like throwing the proverbial monkey wrench into the machine.