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    Two Watches to Rule Them All

    This may seem crazy around these parts but I own two watches and I plan to keep it that way (for the most part). I have been very fortunate in my young life (27) and now own two of my favorite watches of all time. Between these two, I do not think there is any situation or event that is not covered. I am a litigation attorney. The sub is my everyday watch as it works in the office and in court, as well as in shorts and sandals. When dressing up outside of work, I feel a slimmer watch with leather band is more appropriate which is where the Nomos Orion comes into play. The way I look at it, I only have one wrist. No need to go overboard with watches that won't be worn. Between these two, I am set....at least for a while. Lol. I may add a G-Shock at some point for a true beater or when I don't want to get my sub sandy at the beach.

    Anybody else have a handsome duo that covers all of their needs? I can't be the only one










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    Re: Two Watches to Rule Them All

    Give me an emperor tuna for court and a gShock for other stuff
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    Re: Two Watches to Rule Them All

    Quote Originally Posted by Heffdog116 View Post
    This may seem crazy around these parts but I own two watches and I plan to keep it that way (for the most part). I have been very fortunate in my young life (27) and now own two of my favorite watches of all time. Between these two, I do not think there is any situation or event that is not covered. I am a litigation attorney. The sub is my everyday watch as it works in the office and in court, as well as in shorts and sandals. When dressing up outside of work, I feel a slimmer watch with leather band is more appropriate which is where the Nomos Orion comes into play. The way I look at it, I only have one wrist. No need to go overboard with watches that won't be worn. Between these two, I am set....at least for a while. Lol. I may add a G-Shock at some point for a true beater or when I don't want to get my sub sandy at the beach.
    Sounds perfectly sensible to me. Add that G-Shock, and you'll be set. Not that the Rolex can't handle most duties, but I assume if you wear it to work often, you don't want to beat the hell out of it, though that depends on your lifestyle, I guess. There's a difference between having a passion for watches and owning a couple, and being a watch collector. You obviously fall into the former category. Nice choices, by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SC-Texas View Post
    Give me an emperor tuna for court and a gShock for other stuff
    I hope you mean a handball court or something, unless I'm thinking of a different watch.

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    Re: Two Watches to Rule Them All

    Which one do you wear to the gym or tennis court?
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    Re: Two Watches to Rule Them All

    I have 3 watches, but...
    My two watches to cover all circumstances:


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    Re: Two Watches to Rule Them All

    Quote Originally Posted by Mediocre View Post
    Which one do you wear to the gym or tennis court?
    I don't wear a watch when working out but I guess that is where the g-shock would eventually come in


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    Re: Two Watches to Rule Them All

    Quote Originally Posted by cadeallaw View Post
    I have 3 watches, but...
    My two watches to cover all circumstances:
    Very nice!!! I am not alone


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    Re: Two Watches to Rule Them All

    Two watches? Impossible. Start a new thread when you want to talk about 20 watches to cover everything!
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