I've been wanting a Citizen Promaster Navihawk since I first saw it 2 months ago or so. It's a nice watch, but in person it doesn't float my boat like it did on the online photographs.
I decided to keep the tags on and the protective paper and plastic on the bracelet and sell it new. For those of you who are watch obsessives, I'm sure you've had the experience of getting a watch that doesn't match the image you had of it while wanting it from online photos.
Perhaps the only luxury watch I can afford is the entry level Seiko MM300 SBDX017. I'd like to fund one by selling my Tuna SBBN035, currently on eBay, and my Tuna SBBN033, shown here by itself and with the Seiko SBBN017 Tuna. These quartz watches are a tier below the SBDX017. Wanting to sell my o33, I photographed it this morning, and I just can't let go of it, in spite of its close resemblance to the older SBBN017. Talk about first-world problems. Most likely, I'll keep these two Tunas on identical Strapcode Endmill bracelets.