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    Question Seasonal Watch Schedule

    Does anyone else have a seasonal as well as weekly schedule for rotation
    of your watches?
    Example, my Winter schedule is Nov.- Apr.
    Mon. ROLEX Day-Date
    Tues. Parmigiani
    Wed. ROLEX GMT
    Thur. Bvlgari
    Fri. Breitling
    Sat. Chopard
    Sun. Jaquet Droz

    Summer Schedule is May - Oct.
    Mon. ROLEX GMT
    Tue. Christopher Ward
    Wed. ROLEX Day- Date
    Thur. Breitling
    Fri. ROLEX Day-Date
    Sat. Open
    Sun. Jaquet Droz.
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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    Very interesting. I don't have a fixed schedule, although I do rotate through them. I typically wear each watch at least once a week.
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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    No, I just wear every one of the watches I own, except for the two family heirlooms, in as random a pattern as possible.
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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    No schedule beyond usually wearing a different watch every day and wearing watches that are water resistant when it rains.
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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    I tend to wear my lower profile pieces in cold weather, save the tall diver style for short sleeves.
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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    The only criteria I have is to not wear my good croc / alligator straps in hot, sweaty type weather. In cooler or winter weather, they are all in rotation.
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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    The only seasonal schedule I have is as follows:

    Hot, humid and sweaty months on bracelets or rubber:






    Cooler and not so sweaty winter months typically on leather:






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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    Excellent pictures.

    I decide when I wake up.
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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    The practice I use is based on metal bracelets in the summer except the Sunday watch.
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    Re: Seasonal Watch Schedule

    Quote Originally Posted by little big feather View Post
    Does anyone else have a seasonal as well as weekly schedule for rotation
    of your watches?
    Example, my Winter schedule is Nov.- Apr.
    Mon. ROLEX Day-Date
    Tues. Parmigiani
    Wed. ROLEX GMT
    Thur. Bvlgari
    Fri. Breitling
    Sat. Chopard
    Sun. Jaquet Droz

    Summer Schedule is May - Oct.
    Mon. ROLEX GMT
    Tue. Christopher Ward
    Wed. ROLEX Day- Date
    Thur. Breitling
    Fri. ROLEX Day-Date
    Sat. Open
    Sun. Jaquet Droz.
    I do seasonal as well but not to this detail level! I have 2 watches i wear in the summer months, my Sub is primary beach wear and one of my Pams does day and work duty, as well as vacations, though it does see the beach as well from time to time.
    Otherwise its my daily wearer outside those months (at least at this point)
    Last edited by m630; May 1st, 2014 at 19:21.
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