I hope it lasts a long time, fun to build memories with it and relive them each time you put it on. I recall I was wearing this exact watch when my son dropped his favorite toy off a bridge in Missoula MT and I climbed down on the bank, stripped to my boxers and watch, and swam 100 yards through current to the bridge pillar (where the toy miraculously landed and stayed above water) grabbed it and swam back to the shore. My wife took a pic of me returning it to him and he has the most ďproud of my dadĒ look on his face. Nothing really to do with this watch but just one of those things that Iíve tied to this particular piece that adds to the fact Iíll never ever ever sell it. To me thatís what watches represent, a physical memory box that can bring back a thousand memories of good times spend with the watch on your wrist.
Hope yours is the same way