So for those of us that limit ourselves to the number of watches we have or the frequency in which we purchase, how do you decide what stays in your collection? When we've set these restrictions on ourselves often the easiest and quickest way to a new watch is to sell or trade one we already have. When you start getting that itch for something new how do you decide what to remove from your collection?
Is it sentimental value or lack there of? How often the watch is worn?
Have you ever regretted getting rid of a watch from your collection after the fact?
For myself currently I'm in this predicament. For the past 10 years I'd been in a profession that was only good for wearing beaters and typically digital watches. I've now switched to a more professional environment to where I can wear nicer watches daily so my interest has greatly peaked again in what I wear daily. I've got an SKX007 that I do very much like but it would be the only one I would consider selling off. I almost think simply changing the face and bezel would be the smart and cheap thing to do. Then I've got a new watch but not new. We'll have to see what desire wins out I suppose.
What say you?