It beats my collection of ... 2 watches
Nice collection Gman!
Nice collection GLBM
Quote from: Dutch_Tooler on August 07, 2018, 02:59:54 PM It beats my collection of ... 2 watches You got 1 more than me D_T
Quote from: Wspeed on August 07, 2018, 03:02:50 PMQuote from: Dutch_Tooler on August 07, 2018, 02:59:54 PM It beats my collection of ... 2 watches You got 1 more than me D_T You need more watches in your life..
And I thought I had too many watches. Very nice collection you have there.
Quote from: MadPlumbarian on August 08, 2018, 05:22:58 AMNice collection!JRThank you, JR!
My little collections nothing in comparison!JR
I understand the battery ordeal! I started changing batteries in the cheaper watches I have and worked my way up to the pricier ones (like the Movado 800 Chrono).Now, if I want to wear a battery watch, I pop a battery in and go. 20 of the 62 watches pictured take batteries, so one can't afford to pay to have the batteries changed(I pay about $0.25-$1.50 per battery, depending on the type), versus $8-$12 a watch to have the jeweler do it. Just watch out for those gaskets and get proper tools (case wrench in particular). Fortunately, the other 42 are automatic and wind-up. I prefer mechanical and automatic though. I don't have an auto-set yet, but so plan on getting one at some point. i like that big Invicta Atomic Automatic. I had a cheapo atomic setting watch a long time ago, but it wasn't nice like your Invicta.
You must have a lot of time on your hands.
I need to sort mine again sometime. I did want to highlight this Automatic Zed creation.
Very nice collections everyone
Yeah but the trick with the battery ones is just pop the crown out when your not using it, it just turns it off cause your setting it, then when you want to use it, it’s ready for you to set the pop the crown back in and your ready to go.. I think I’m going to wear one I haven’t worn in a while today rather then a Casio..JR