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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    Love the Subby with no date, its such a versatile piece
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    This is perfect to me =)

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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    For me the classics:

    1. Speedy Pro (hesalite)
    2. Submariner No-Date (pre-ceramic)
    3. Some kind of Seiko diver, SKX007 or SKX031 or turtle etc.

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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    right now i am pretty happy with my 3 watches, even when they were not bought in a planned order or following an idea.
    1- Air, Pilot, Flieger
    Sinn 103 acrylic. Lovely watch. At some point i plan to upgrade it to an IWC Pilot chrono, but still a nice watch, tough, 200mts WR, excellent lume and perfect size your daily wearer.
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    2- Sport, Diver, big watch. Omega Seamaster Diver 300 Chrono 44mm. Heavy, yes. Thick, yes. wrist presence, yes. Just have it for over a week, but beautiful watch.
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    3- Dress Watch. Omega Deville Prestige. Got it as a present and it is perfect (for me) for more formal occasions.
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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    My realistic 3 watches

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    AP 15300
    Aquanaut

    Hope before 35

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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    Quote Originally Posted by Wallerwaker View Post
    right now i am pretty happy with my 3 watches, even when they were not bought in a planned order or following an idea.
    1- Air, Pilot, Flieger
    Sinn 103 acrylic. Lovely watch. At some point i plan to upgrade it to an IWC Pilot chrono, but still a nice watch, tough, 200mts WR, excellent lume and perfect size your daily wearer.
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    2- Sport, Diver, big watch. Omega Seamaster Diver 300 Chrono 44mm. Heavy, yes. Thick, yes. wrist presence, yes. Just have it for over a week, but beautiful watch.
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    3- Dress Watch. Omega Deville Prestige. Got it as a present and it is perfect (for me) for more formal occasions.
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    Sometimes I wish my SMPc chronograph was the blue 44mm like yours instead of my 42mm black version, but I still love it. You selected three good watches. All you're missing is a Moonwatch.
    OMEGA * Grey Side of the Moon * Silver Snoopy Award * Ti Planet Ocean 8500 & 9300 * PO LM LE x2 * X-33 Solar Impulse LE * Seamaster Pro Ceramic +/- Chrono * Planet Ocean 2500 * 76 Speedmaster Pro * Ti SMP Chrono 2298.80 * SMP 2541.80 * WatchCo SM300 * '62 Seamaster DeVille * '62 SS Seamaster
    ROLEX * GMT Master II BLNR & Coke * Polar Explorer II 216570 * Black Exp II 16570 * Tudor Black Bay Red
    OTHER * Grand Seiko SBGX115 * Hamilton Harrison Ford Chrono * Bulova Moon x2 * Victorinox Dive Master 500 x4 * Luminox Atacama 1842 & 1923 + Colormark 3157 * TAG Classic 2000 & Red Bull Formula 1 * Seiko Astron GPS Solar * Seiko Prospex LE/PADI/SKX007/009/173 * Citizen Ti Perpetual Calendar + 300M Diver x3 * DLC Apple Watch * Egard Passages * Casio ProTrek Solar * Commander 300 * NTH Sub x2
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    * Omega AT Quartz, Skyfall, MC, 2503.33 * Omega Great White GMT * Omega SMP Mid * Speedmaster 3513.30 * Rolex Sub Hulk & 16800 & TT Sub * Nomos Midnight Orion stolen * Rolex Polar Exp II * Omega CK-2998LE

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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    OK. 3 simply will not work as the categories below show.

    Sea: Black Bay. They cover far more modern cool thanks anything else.


    Land dress/tool/anything in between: Rolex Explorer (yet to get)

    Sports: Speedmaster. The only watch that has a history that doesn't include fiction. This category must be a chronograph.

    Travel: GMT or duel time. Ideally has light water resistance and chronograph. My choice Tudor Chrono Blue

    Beater: as these are cheap and worn in possibility of damage, 2 are required. One should be a Seiko Diver watch because no collection is complete without one. The trick is to not be the same as everyone else even with beaters. Instead of a 007 or a 009 go the 013 or 015. More versatile in size and cooler look. One should also have a military or field watch so this can be a second Beater. My choice the Seiko Explorer. It has the 4R36 movement which is brilliant.

    Added to the watches should be a multitude of band variations of course.









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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    Quote Originally Posted by DocJekl View Post
    Sometimes I wish my SMPc chronograph was the blue 44mm like yours instead of my 42mm black version, but I still love it. You selected three good watches. All you're missing is a Moonwatch.
    I have to say that the black version of the SMPc chrono is an stunning piece also. Just choose the blue as, to me, the Seamaster should be blue. I tried the 42mm and felt it too small for the type of watch and it's proportions.
    The Speedmaster has been one of my favourites watches since i am a child. It can be the upgrade of the Sinn also. The IWC pilot has also a good heritage and I like the idea of a non bezel/tachimeter sport watch. The choice will be made when the moment arrives ;)

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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    This:



    Or this:




    Probably more likely for myself to do the second batch because I don't usually go past dressy casual.

    Other options that are not Omega and a bit more affordable:


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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    Is this a question? The answer is no.


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    Re: The Perfect 3 Watch Rotation

    I have a slightly different take on my watch collections. I have aimed for diversity in both the type of watch and the colour of the dial..
    My Tank Americaine. This gets the least amount of wrist time but i still really enjoy it



    My omega seamaster 300 is basically my go to watch . Love this watch!!


    The latest addition . Really love the dial on this. This watch also just oozes quality.

    So these are my current watches that I wear. I also have a speedie reduced which currently gets no wrist time but I could never sell it.. Too many memories!!


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