A little background for reference:
I started amassing watches beginning in 2015. My first purchase was the Seiko SNZG15. I wore that watch for about 7-8 months straight. Ever since then, I don't think I've had the same watch on my wrist for more than 3 months. I went on pick up my first $1,000 watch at the end of that year, which was a huge deal. It wasn't a special watch (Alpina Seastrong 300), but it made considering watches at a higher price point easier.
- 2016 was an absolute whirlwind of watches. Omega Seasmaster 300, Tudor Black Bay with the gilt dial, nearly the entire SARB line-up of Seiko, Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Hesalite, and top cap off the year, I got myself the Rolex Explorer II Polar.
- 2017 was probably the most expensive year of my life. Rebought the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch twice (yes, three times total), the Alpina Seastrong again, Tudor Black Bay 36, Rolex OP 39, Rolex Sub ND, Rolex Sub, Rolex OP 36, Sinn U1, Junghans Max Bill, Oris Pro Pilot 41, Oris Diver 65, and last but not least, the Seiko MM300.
- Early 2018 is when I started to cool it, but not before the Sinn144, Sinn 556i, Rolex Explorer I, and a handful of Seiko Turtles. I sold off all the watches listed above, and now I feel like I'm actually starting to think a tiny bit more rationally.
I currently have two watches in my collection. Oris Pro Pilot 41, and Rolex OP 39 with the new white dial. I seem to get my watches in pairs.
Anyways, I'm trying to decide between a diver and a chronograph. Considering a combo including the Sinn T2/Tudor Pelagos/Seiko MM300 vs. the Sinn 144/Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch.
I've been balking at which to buy first. I really don't want to buy the "wrong" watch. I would like to have more money towards one diver or one chronograph. Help!