My wife says I should stop while I am ahead

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    My wife says I should stop while I am ahead

    First pic is my complete collection then my from oldest to latest acquisition.


















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    Re: My wife says I should stop while I am ahead

    Rolex Bling to Sothis Lunar, I'd say you've evolved! Nice collection, keep up the good work. If women ran the world, we'd still live in caves

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    Re: My wife says I should stop while I am ahead

    Ahead of what? Who?

    That's a nice compact collection of very nice watches....a collection that makes a lot more sense than some we've seen around here. Good on ya, I say...
    Keep List:

    Seiko SKXA35 Auto Diver
    Stauer Day/Date/Month Auto
    Glycine Incursore 100M Auto
    O&W Ocean Master Vintage handwinder
    G-Shock GW3000BD-1ajfa
    G-Shock MTG910DA-1
    Citizen EcoZilla diver
    Hamilton Khaki Officer 44mm Unitas w/custom hands and lume
    Volmax Aviator 45mm handwinder
    Laco 42mm B-Type Flieger




    Wish List:

    Glycine Eugene Meylan
    Hamilton Jazzmaster PR
    Meistersinger Singlehand
    A +40mm Seiko Alpinist, if Seiko ever decides to make one...

    My wrist size - 8"/20.3cm

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    Re: My wife says I should stop while I am ahead

    Telle the wife there is no stopping. Nor is there a cure. What can be done is take a shot of Jagermeister, put the watches all around you on the night table, and hope in the am you only desire ONE MORE WATCH! Most do not survive this treatment without going out and indulging in all kinds of oddball time pieces. Best of luck and condolences to the wife!

    paul
    Doxa 600T Clive Cussler edition
    Breitling Superocean A17345
    Omega 2531.80
    RGM Sea3 Custom
    Ocean 7 LM3 #119

    VINTAGE :

    Zodiac Astrographic 2000
    Zodiac Sea Wolf(1964)
    LeCoultre Master Mariner (1970)
    Hamilton Thinmatic (1968)

    Place of honor:

    my '80's Seiko 5 which has been through the mill and still runs and tell adequate time.

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