The Evolution of a Collection

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    Member Fynn's Avatar
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    Off topic The Evolution of a Collection

    I am now over a year into my newest and favorite hobby. Watch collecting.

    Below you will find displayed the watches that comprise my collection.

    On the left is the CWC G10 that started it all. Its a quartz, I know, but a better beater I couldn't name.

    Second from the left is a small evolution from the CWC. Its a Seiko 5, and thusly my first automatic. I love the day/date option.

    My next purchase was the ubiquitous Seiko Black Monster. This watch was specifically purchased for the weekly trips to the pool with my son. I am blind as a bat without my glasses and "needed" a solid diver for the 3 m deep end.

    Shortly thereafter, the DOXA bug bit me and the result is the 750 Milsharky. It has turned into my "everyday" watch and I couldn't be happier. Well I could with another DOXA... like the 1000T Pro that should be in my possession tomorrow.

    I think I will have to add a few shots to this post when it shows up!
    Meager Collection
    Casio G-Shock DW-9050, G-Shock GW-M5500A (OD Green)
    CWC G10
    Seiko5 Mil (SNX427), Black Monster, SNX007 on a Super Oyster
    DOXA 750T Sharkhunter Mil ed., 1000T Pro, Deco (Something to wear with a suit!), Aquaman PVD Black Dial
    Citizen Ecodrive BM64000-00E (work watch), PMT56-2731 Promaster Duratec
    Casio Sea Pathfinder SPF70-2V (for my pool crazy 8 year old boy)

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    Re: The Evolution of a Collection

    A very logical progression...

    Currently my Mil-Shark is resting on the dresser whilst my Marathon SAR-D gets some needed wrist time.

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