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    Changing watches

    How often do you switch watches? I recently got my second dream watch and now find myself changing watches at least daily - and in some cases twice a day. Is this a disease or am I normal? Help!
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    Re: Changing watches

    I often wear 4 or 5 different watches in a day. It helps that I work from home. :)

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    Re: Changing watches

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott3670
    How often do you switch watches? I recently got my second dream watch and now find myself changing watches at least daily - and in some cases twice a day. Is this a disease or am I normal? Help!

    I usually just wear one watch each day. I only change watches on a daily basis if I need water resistance...

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    Re: Changing watches

    Normal for WIS types. Single malt helps keep it under control.

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    Re: Changing watches

    Quote Originally Posted by Watchbreath
    Normal for WIS types. Single malt helps keep it under control.

    So I guess the solution is drool over my watch while sipping a shot from the 40 year old single malt that my wife bought me for my birthday...
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    Re: Changing watches

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott3670
    How often do you switch watches? I recently got my second dream watch and now find myself changing watches at least daily - and in some cases twice a day. Is this a disease or am I normal? Help!
    Here at Ernie's place, that's normal behaviour. However out there amongst the majority of humanity, you're some kind of freak :-D

    I wore the same watch for 36 hours last week, but usually I wear about 3 different watches over a whole day.

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    Re: Changing watches

    At least twice a day, one for work, one for after

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    Re: Changing watches

    :-D A shot! More like three fingers.
    Quote Originally Posted by Scott3670
    So I guess the solution is drool over my watch while sipping a shot from the 40 year old single malt that my wife bought me for my birthday...

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    Re: Changing watches

    Typically twice a day, one for work, one for home.


    I'm basically a two-watch winder with legs.

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    Re: Changing watches

    Every two or three days. Depends on the occassion, circumstances, mood, clothes, weather...
    Steve

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