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    How many watches is enough?

    Im sure many of you will say you can never have too many watches, lol! But id say seven would be the sensible (if it is indeed 'sensible' to own more than one watch?) number. What do you think?

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    Re: How many watches is enough?

    I'd say all of them :-D
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    How many watches is enough?

    When one starts building wall-mounted storage areas, and then considers charging admission, one MAY have gone a wee bit far .....

    Up till then though, it's all good!

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    Re: How many watches is enough?

    I find it is always one more than I currently own
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    Re: How many watches is enough?

    Quote Originally Posted by brietlingman View Post
    When one starts building wall-mounted storage areas, and then considers charging admission, one MAY have gone a wee bit far .....

    Up till then though, it's all good!

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    Re: How many watches is enough?

    When your wife says so or when it takes an hour to decide which one
    to put on.

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    Re: How many watches is enough?

    I wouldn't know what reasonable is. I may have gone overboard, but theres so many nice watches out there!

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    Re: How many watches is enough?

    "Enough"? "Sensible"?

    There is obviously still hope for you if you actually know what these words mean.

    Personally, I will consider my collection almost complete when my watch storage facilities look just like the last scene of "Indiana Jones" (the long warehouse shot before they fade to black and roll credits).

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    Re: How many watches is enough?

    Poilce dog... Do you train? Schutzhund maybe? My mother was an importer for 15 years. Here is my lil beast. She is really just trained in hanging out and doing what I say ahah


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    How many watches is enough?

    Quote Originally Posted by Guido Muldoon View Post
    How about adding a second story to your home just for your babies.
    Second story to the house?!? You got it bad .......

    Cheers!
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