I own three watches. I have a Seiko SRP481(Baby Ice Monster) a Glycine Combat Sub, and a Bulova Precisionist. So two of the three are automatics, with one being way more valuable than the other. I've grown to have an actual ton of anxiety about over wearing the Glycine over the Seiko in fear of exerting the more expensive movement inside. I know it's inevitable that every automatic watch will need to be serviced eventually, but is there a practical way to even give my watches a break? I tried wearing the Glycine only on weekends, but when I take off the Seiko Friday nights it's still running Sunday morning, and the Glycine will run well into Tuesday, sitting in the watch box. So a weekend watch isn't a viable solution.
Am I over thinking this? Do I really even have to worry about my watches not getting "breaks"? I know a lot of enthusiasts have way more then two automatics, so their stuff gets way more of a rest period between wears. I couldn't imagine switching them out every other day - they'd never stop running!