How often do you rotate/change?

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    How often do you rotate/change?

    I apologize if this has been asked before, but I'm curious about how often other people change their watch... Depending on what's happening in my life, I will wear the same one for weeks on end to changing them daily. On average, I would say I change my watch every few days. Also, for what it's worth, I very rarely need to dress up, so my attire doesn't necessarily affect my watch du jour.

    What say you?

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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    Mostly every day.

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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    Usually about every two weeks; but occasionally I'll leave the regular watch on the shelf for a day or two while I wear something different (like my Yes, or the 15-year watch from work [which is a Swiss Army watch]).
    Steve

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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    Everyday if not more often for both of us.


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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    I rotate between two watches - a modern Omega SMP and a 1965 Omega Seamnaster de Ville. One is preety big, chunky and modern and the other is dressier and more undestated.

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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    I forgot to say how often I rotate the watches - I pretty much wear them on alternate days. It saves resetting the time on them as I don't have a watch winder at the moment.

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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    Every two or three days. Having a winder helps with automatics. Normal work day watch either Tag chrono, TSAR or SST.
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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    Hi -

    Pretty much every day: I've got enough for two month's work of weekdays. But weekends are usually the one beater or the other, and gets worn all weekend.

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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    Try to rotate as much as possible.

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    Re: How often do you rotate/change?

    I rotate everyday and sometimes change when I get home from work (depending on what the plan is for the night). Same with weekends.

    I do wear the SS Sub several times a week because it's my favorite, but all the rest get worn regularly.

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