For me its situational. There are times when having a watch that says, "I'm well off" is a good thing, and there are times when you just want to blend in. I tend to gravitate toward slightly rugged, but timeless and classy watches, which I suppose is the image I'm going for.
I'm not a part of the herd.
That's an interesting question. I guess for me, it depends on what I'll be doing. There are times I want my watch to say I have some class and can appreciate the finer things in life. For those times, I'll wear my Jaeger or Baume and Mercier. There are other times I want my watch to say I'm not an old man and I can still have fun. For those times, I'll wear my Glam Rock or Philip Stein.
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It's only a watch. I just want it to record the passage of time as accurately as possible. Isn't that why anyone wears a watch?
I want my Khaki Field to suggest that I know what I'm doing, but choose not to be particularly flash about it. Usual workday watch
I want my TAG to suggest that I have the means and the will to spend (used around audio stores and car dealerships who might not otherwise take a 27yr old showing up in comfortable jeans and a tshirt seriously)
I want my VSA Summit to suggest that I don't particularly care about anything besides being comfortable (on a loose-ish rubber strap, weekend watch)
"I am the one - don't you dare buy another watch"
Ohhhhh!!!,....... I thought you said what do you want your watch to say TO you
It depends who's asking it.
To ebay, I hope it says I'm a fair seller and good communicator.
To my girlfriend, that I really was home sick last night.
To my parole officer, that I really was home sick last night when the robbery occured.
I know what time it is.
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