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    Quote Originally Posted by Mediocre View Post
    From San Martin to high end, I love it!! Great collection!

    Thanks. I have a fairly narrow type and size, but origin and price range are all over the place.

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    That's a great collection. Love the Wempe.
    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    Can't remember what kids show it comes from but "one of those watches is not like the other ones." The tonneau really stands out. Otherwise you definately have a style you stick with for the most part. Very nice with just enough variance to make it interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    Can't remember what kids show it comes from but "one of those watches is not like the other ones." The tonneau really stands out. Otherwise you definately have a style you stick with for the most part. Very nice with just enough variance to make it interesting.
    hmmm even I know what American kids show thats from ah ah ah ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    Well, I already have three of Rainer's creations, which is enough for me...plus 37mm is on the small side for me anyway. So the field of play is clear for you, Robert!
    I've got three as well, including a rather unique variation of the watch Wayne is selling. I guess that means it really is there for Robert.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    And, just like that, I'm back down to 12 watches. The Nienaber and Clemence on the way to new homes. I'm sure I'll make another impulse purchase later this year that will require another cull, but that's part of the fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappyheropup View Post
    And, just like that, I'm back down to 12 watches. The Nienaber and Clemence on the way to new homes. I'm sure I'll make another impulse purchase later this year that will require another cull, but that's part of the fun
    Phew! A reprieve from all this enabling.
    (One-handed watches aren't really my thing, must admit.)
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skywatch View Post
    Phew! A reprieve from all this enabling.
    (One-handed watches aren't really my thing, must admit.)

    I knew you weren't committed to it.

    I thought the Nienaber would be a slow seller, but it sold fairly quickly. It was a zero sum for me after shipping/customs/etc and a good deal for the buyer.

    The Clemence ended up slightly $$+ to me, I bought/sold it for the same money but I kept the tropic rubber strap for my Yema Superman LE. It would have been another $30-90 to replace it and didn't think I'd lose much on the Clemence if I didn't include the tropic strap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappyheropup View Post
    Im waiting on my next appointment, figured Id play with watches to occupy my time. @geoffbot asked for a SOTC, so heres a single shot of all but a 69 Astronaut that needs service.
    Awesome collection, with a discernable theme but some variation as well.

    Which would you say gets the most wrist time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radharc View Post
    Awesome collection, with a discernable theme but some variation as well.

    Which would you say gets the most wrist time?

    Thanks, I think the most worn are the IWC and JLC. Slim profile, good lume and WR, great bracelets. The IWC is the oldest watch in my collection.

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