I often window-shop, but only buy on occasion. The new purchase becomes the daily-wear until the next purchase takes its place. Save for two, that I can't locate right now, these are all the watches that I have owned since 1979.
Prior to that I had an Omega Chronostop with a red second hand and a blue dial that was rotated ninety degrees to the right, placing 12 o'clock at 3 o'clock position. Omega's rationale for this was to have the position corrected for under-wrist reading. The watch was meant to be worn under-wrist to facilitate stopwatch operation. Alas, that watch got lost in the dust of time and place a long while ago. Does anyone still own one of those? I would love to see pictures of it.
The no-flash shot. The AWI was a gift and I wore it for a couple of days. Although a good enough and comfortable watch, it's just not my type.
The flash shot. The rest of these are my own purchases and they all have interesting stories behind them. For instance, that World Time/Thermometer Casio has been working non-stop, on the original battery, since I bought it back in 1992. That's an amazing 16 years!
And here's a close-up of my current daily-wear. The trusty, tough-as-nails, SNZB23 with the cool Guilloche carved dial and green second hand.
Hope you enjoyed this.
Edit: And these two complete the line-up