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Watches - do you wear one and which one(s)?

Been a watch guy my whole life. Started with digitals as a kid and now only into mechanicals.

Have a Rolex GMT Master 2 on my radar for my next watch.... and then I feel my collection will be complete for quite some time.

These are my 3 daily wearers:

Tag Heuer Aquaracer Chrono
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Seiko SKX009
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Omega Speedmaster Professional
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And dress watch for those types of occasions
Seiko Cocktail Time
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All pics borrowed from the web.

So what are you guys wearing these days?

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I'm also getting into collecting mechanical watches, albeit i'm still young and don't quite have the capital to buy high end watches.

However, I do own 2,

1) Hamilton Jazzmaster viewmatic (automatic ETA 2824-2 movement)

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2) I have a quartz one as well, not mechanical but I love it for its minimalistic look. This one is Movado Museum sport

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both are pics from the internet, but this is how they look.

Next on my watchlist is Tissot and hopefully Omega down the years

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A vevet monkey in Zambia stole my Breitling Superocean (shiny gold bits regrettably) in 2002 and after a few weeks of freedom I stopped wearing watches. That monkey may have added a decade to my life as I used to be a bit OCD about the time.

I keep one of these in a neon gas preservation tube back home.
Omega Speedmaster Ref. 145.012 for $7,422 for sale from a Trusted Seller on Chrono24

Apollo moon program flight watch (1967 pre-landing model) willed to me by a family friend who worked at NASA.

Edit: I found an example of the monkey purloined piece.. I hate that monkey. It really was nice http://www.ebay.com/itm/BREITLING-Superocean-K10040-18K-1000M-Limited-Edition-Dive-Watch-MINT-/282014221435


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Coolest watch ever...

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Wish I still had mine.

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Solid choice on the Omega!

I wear a manual wind Speedmaster which cues my routine to start the daily prep. I've conditioned myself in a Palovian sense. =) I also use the timer function to help me get an objective perspective of time to realize that I may not have given a trade enough time to develop, just psychologically because 1 minute can seem like an eternity if I'm sitting there reading the time and sales log.

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Solid choice on the Omega!

I wear a manual wind Speedmaster which cues my routine to start the daily prep. I've conditioned myself in a Palovian sense. =) I also use the timer function to help me get an objective perspective of time to realize that I may not have given a trade enough time to develop, just psychologically because 1 minute can seem like an eternity if I'm sitting there reading the time and sales log.

Interesting observation, I rather find time to go quite quicker and I often end up realizing several hours have passed by when it really felt like I'm only an hour in!

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I like watches but I don't wear one. If I were using one it would be a wood watch.

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Fun fact: John Meyer is a watch aficionado with a 6 million dollars collection.

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somehow always loved breitlings

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Damn this thread, now I am ordering wood watches from China. $2.50 a piece, what could go wrong?

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somehow always loved breitlings

Yes, I was always partial to Breitlings, they make really cool aviator watches. They be sexy pilot watches.

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