"Thanks for the emails Andrew," the email from Steve begins. "All watch info is appreciated in these boring times." And these boring times are certainly reaching peak levels for poor Steve. The email continues: "I recently spent a couple of days spread sheeting my watches... I thought there might be a template on the net somewhere to help, but if there is I couldn't find it..I know it's a bit OCD, but I suspect a lot of watch collectors are too." Necessity is the mother of invention, and Steve soldiered on. "I finished with a spreadsheet that features a photo of the watch along with details such as: Brand, Model, Gender, Type, Serial Number, Dial,.Movement, Year of Manufacture, Strap Type, Water Resistance. Date and.Place Purchased, Cost, Miscellaneous Info and Web Link.. I could have.added more but, didn't want it to become too unwieldy. I even ended up adding my wife's watches too." Steve says life is better now his watches are catalogued, and he recommends it as an activity to kill time for collectors with many watches. "It not only kept me busy for a while, but I now have the details of all.of my watches in one place and…

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