Here's mine (not including the Ninja Turtle watch):
Well before I get to the pics, my dad bought this for me around 6th grade or so (I'll be 27 this month), I wore it for about a decade and it died out about 2-3 years into my Naval enlistment. It survived my teen angst years of skateboarding (and being generally reckless), and my party years of getting drunk all the time (and being generally reckless).
I was stationed in Japan when it died, don't know what went wrong, but replacing the battery didn't work. It's okay though, as the pics will show, it's not really a WIS watch so I probably wouldn't wear it anymore anyways (but if it was still ticking, I probably wouldn't have become a WIS and would still be wearing it).
Why is it not a WIS watch? Hollow end links, cheap stamped bracelet/clasp, snap-on caseback, quartz... It's a watch I wouldn't buy today, but keep in mind, it survived a decade of hard use (I wore it constantly: swimming, bathing, skateboarding, jumping off waterfalls etc..).
A little scratched up:
End links, bracelet, clasp shot:
With my current collection:
I don't know if it was dark grey when I got it, but here's a pic of it compared to the rich black of my dress watch:
Legendary Seiko lume (beats my ScubaPro after however many years)! It's on the left:
Thanks for reading and I'm glad I'm able to share a little of my watch history (I don't know any WISs in real life).