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    Daily /hourly watch change...what do you wear right now

    I found it almost therapeutical to browse through my (very small) watch collection and every few hours to get busy doing something about/around a watch...change a strap and change /wear the watch .....
    Anyway....in order to keep this forum as alive as possible please post pictures everytime you change something watchwise :)
    Can be daily,hourly...
    Let's use out passion to kill the boredom!

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    Iíve been riding bareback (watchless)


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    Catching some indoor rays

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    Quote Originally Posted by ac11111 View Post


    Catching some indoor rays
    Given it a wipe for you


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    Currently a black dial 114200. Was wearing a blue dial ceramic Seamaster yesterday. Maybe a Planet Ocean 8500 tomorrow.

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    And......change :)
    Strap change....this time
    Sorry for the pics quality.....some external force was shaking my hand....

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    I posted on Friday thread that I plan to change my watch everyday without repeating for the duration of my companies working from home period. At least a few of my lesser worn watches are getting wrist time. I have just over 7 weeks before I need to wear a watch for the 2nd time. However for my sanity I hope this does not go on for 7 weeks!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    I posted on Friday thread that I plan to change my watch everyday without repeating for the duration of my companies working from home period. At least a few of my lesser worn watches are getting wrist time. I have just over 7 weeks before I need to wear a watch for the 2nd time. However for my sanity I hope this does not go on for 7 weeks!!!!!!
    Sounds like a perfect plan Mr. 50 Watches!
    Pics please!


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    This now......



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    2254 today, probably DJ41 tomorrow, Speedmaster some time next week, rinse & repeat as my CWC is in my office where I can't get it.

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    Out cycling trying to avoid people the Casio as it’s easy to clean,lightweight and a clear dial.
    I only realised yesterday The date was wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    I posted on Friday thread that I plan to change my watch everyday without repeating for the duration of my companies working from home period. At least a few of my lesser worn watches are getting wrist time. I have just over 7 weeks before I need to wear a watch for the 2nd time. However for my sanity I hope this does not go on for 7 weeks!!!!!!
    Do you correct the time before each change or do you not bother?

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    Is this effectively a Friday thread on acid?

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    Been a "blue Sunday" with the Glycine Airman "Purist" 24 hour - very comfy for a 44mm watch that wears pretty large: I forget it's there until I have to work-out what time it is!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tetlee View Post
    Is this effectively a Friday thread on acid?
    I regret to say that appears to be the case...
    Die Zeit verwandelt uns nicht, sie entfaltet uns nur.

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    Couple of hours jet-washing the patio, now eating and chilling. Guess which watch for which activity




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    Quote Originally Posted by emmm View Post
    Do you correct the time before each change or do you not bother?
    Yes I set the time or otherwise wearing a watch kind of looses the point. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    Yes I set the time or otherwise wearing a watch kind of looses the point. :-)
    I agree with you. However, I have a friend who has a TT Daytona 16523 and treats it like a piece of jewellery. It's keeping poor time, randomly stops and badly in need of a service but he just wont send it in, claiming that he only wears it as a status symbol to show others!

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    Daily /hourly watch change...what do you wear right now

    Iíve been wearing these two at home

    IMG_4376.JPG

    IMG_4700.JPG

    The Suunto just came so I took a wrist shot before taking off the plastic

    I donít know why but I kept getting blurred pictures on this forum...probably tapatalk just being crapatalk...

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    Between 6 weeks convalescing from cancer surgery followed immediately by self isolation, Iíve now been house-bound for exactly 7 weeks!

    I normally change the watch I wear every day and Iíve been keeping that up ever since I got out of hospital on the 2nd of February. I have 18 watches at present but Iíve been rotating round just 14 of them (which tells me categorically that I need to sell at least 4!).

    Like Marius Iíve also been playing around with straps a little, including putting this Barton red rubber strap on my Avenger Skyland -which Iíve been wearing today...



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    Quote Originally Posted by mycroft View Post
    Between 6 weeks convalescing from cancer surgery followed immediately by self isolation, Iíve now been house-bound for exactly 7 weeks!

    I normally change the watch I wear every day and Iíve been keeping that up ever since I got out of hospital on the 2nd of February. I have 18 watches at present but Iíve been rotating round just 14 of them (which tells me categorically that I need to sell at least 4!).

    Like Marius Iíve also been playing around with straps a little, including putting this Barton red rubber strap on my Avenger Skyland -which Iíve been wearing today...



    Simon
    I feel for you Simon. I too have spent far more time indoors over recent years, than I would like. Not house-bound exactly but certainly having to curtail my previous lifestyle. I wish you a continued recovery and good fortune in keeping safe from the dreaded lurgy.

    Like others Iíve been spending quite a bit of time perusing my watch collection, changing what Iím wearing daily and mixing up strap options. It passes the time and my long suffering wife doesnít seem to mind too much. Which makes a change....

    Itís a bit late for an actual wrist shot but Iíve reverted to my black dial Everest, on the new style bracelet, today. Itís a lovely watch that I sometimes overlook. Goodness knows why though, as itís pretty much perfect for my tiny wrist and just looks so darned good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gladders View Post
    Couple of hours jet-washing the patio, now eating and chilling. Guess which watch for which activity




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    Got to be the AP for jet washing....need to get your monies worth😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by midgetda View Post


    Currently a black dial 114200. Was wearing a blue dial ceramic Seamaster yesterday. Maybe a Planet Ocean 8500 tomorrow.
    Love it

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    Today....for now this.


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    This at the moment

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    At home with this jet setter GMT watch.


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    Been heading out running as much as I can, just to get out of the house so wearing my Garmin a lot.

    I like the idea of changing though the day so will start rotating more now after reading this!

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    And change....:)

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    This 50 Years old lady today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben265 View Post
    This 50 Years old lady today

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    Lovely. Wearing my 52 year old today.


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    Thanks, yours is lovely too

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    Trying to bond with this hefty chap whilst WFH. Emergency ration space raiders I'm effect too.

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    My BFK since it's resurrection with a new capacitor yesterday....


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    And....watch and strap change
    Stay safe guys

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    Wrapped up for the day, gin and tonic and moser time...




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    That's a real beauty!
    Do Moser do and bigger model?
    45mm plus?


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    This, natch:



    Then this for some work that might be a tad scratchy...


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    This one today

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    My Heritage Center Seconds (pictured above) is only available in 42mm: https://www.h-moser.com/en/collectio...nds-funky-blue

    Moser produce the Pioneer Center Seconds which is 42.8mm, but feels a lot bigger: https://www.h-moser.com/en/collectio...ight-blue-dial

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    Quote Originally Posted by marius View Post
    That's a real beauty!
    Do Moser do and bigger model?
    45mm plus?


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    Started with this recently acquired Seiko solar Chronograph today. Going to change to the Garmin for run later.
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    Another day....another change
    Doesn't matter how small your collection is ....keep changing....watches or at least straps
    If you're down to one....try not wearing it for a change :)...you'll enjoy it more the next day
    Keep the passion alive and stay safe!

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    I forgot to mention my permanent desktop watch

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    And....another change....I might do a few more today :)

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    Daily /hourly watch change...what do you wear right now

    I have also been rotating far more frequently than my usual weekly watch change. It’s only Wednesday and I’ve worn these already this week:





    Last edited by FK77; 25th March 2020 at 16:44.

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    I went through my entire collection today...
    Hmmm.....the apartament is getting smaller and smaller....

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    I fancied a date and some big lume.
    Doubt it'll make ot to Friday...

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    BUBI 0_0

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    Day 3 of working at home, well as much as you can with a 22m as well.

    Been changing watch everyday but not had a chance to upload the last few days.

    Been this all day today one my little one likes to undo the lever system.

    Always forgot how lovely this simplistic dial looks in the sun, great casual watch.


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