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    Money no object 5 watch collection.

    Just want to see what everyone's 5 watch dream collection looks like.

    I will start off with these.

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    Re: Money no object 5 watch collection.

    Having watches I don't wear gives me agita.

    Most occasions - I like the versatility, the legibility, the bracelet, the in house movement, the wrist presence, and the ability to track timezones on the fly:
    Chopard LUC Pro One GMT white dial in stainless steel




    Some occasions (not my picture or watch) - Was my grandfather's watch, I mostly wear this to the ranch, the beach, or around town if I'm not trying to attract attention. Still a tank of a watch.
    Rolex Sub Red Ghost on jubilee


    Special occasions (I made a mock up of this) - I've been looking for a special occasion watch to usurp the 16613. I've been considering the ALS Zeitwerk, and the Grönefeld 1941 Remontre. However, I find this is a more exciting prospect.
    Laurent Ferrier Galet Micro Rotor Square ice blue dial in Red Gold



    I always thought this Richard Mille was kind of neat, but even if I could find one it wouldn't really have a solid place in my rotation:
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    Chopard LUC Pro One GMT/Rolex 16613/Seiko Sarb065

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    Re: Money no object 5 watch collection.

    Quote Originally Posted by Camarija View Post
    Having watches I don't wear gives me agita.

    Most occasions - I like the versatility, the legibility, the bracelet, the in house movement, the wrist presence, and the ability to track timezones on the fly:
    Chopard LUC Pro One GMT white dial in stainless steel



    Some occasions (not my picture or watch) - Was my grandfather's watch, I mostly wear this to the ranch, the beach, or around town if I'm not trying to attract attention. Still a tank of a watch.
    Rolex Sub Red Ghost on jubilee


    Special occasions (I made a mock up of this) - I've been looking for a special occasion watch to usurp the 16613. I've been considering the ALS Zeitwerk, and the Grönefeld 1941 Remontre. However, I find this is a more exciting prospect.
    Laurent Ferrier Galet Micro Rotor Square ice blue dial in Red Gold



    I always thought this Richard Mille was kind of neat, but even if I could find one it wouldn't really have a solid place in my rotation:
    That Laurent Ferrier speaks to me

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    Money no object 5 watch collection.

    Always fun to consider the improbable. While many watches could fit the bill, these five would make a nice no holds barred collection.









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    Re: Money no object 5 watch collection.

    Geez, tough choice as these things always are... so I'm going to give myself some extra constraints. I'm only going to use photos I have on my PC (meaning I've probably posted them to some thread before or I own it.)

    Right now I guess I'd say these:

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    The green one:
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    Huh... I didn't have as many saved as I thought. Too many that were group shots - like all the GPHG watches. Still , I'd be exceedingly happy with those 5 - though I think I'd still need a chrono.
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    Re: Money no object 5 watch collection.

    I love the Krayon everywhere, such a great piece!

    Tough decision, that would need years to mature, but here goes:

    FP Journe Astronomic Souveraine
    Richard Mille Split Second Chronograph Tourbillon
    Reverso Gyrotourbillon
    Blancpain Fifty Fathoms Ocean Commitment 3 (for daily wear)
    Royal Oak Ceramic perpetual Calendar

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    Re: Money no object 5 watch collection.

    In reality, I don't want anything beyond 37mm or so, unless it is titanium. That said, if we are dealing in total fantasy, the watches do not need to be comfortable.
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    Re: Money no object 5 watch collection.

    1) Dufour's Simplicity 37mm

    2) Roger Smith's open dial 38mm

    3) Credor Eichi

    4) TBA - best watch made in China

    5) My current RGM watch
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