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  • #16
    Excellent mental exercise. I have too many watches at the moment, so this wil just cover the more important ones and leave out the ones that can go at any time.


    Magrette Bronze
    Swatch Auto Chrono
    Omega Alaska Project
    Benarus Moray Bronze
    Benarus Moray Seafoam
    Stowa Flieger
    Ball Racer
    Robert Lighton Hudson & San Remo
    Ball First Mile
    Habring Chronograph
    EOT Deck Watch Model 22 (plus C1, C2, Sea3)
    Nomos Orion Solar
    RGM TZLE
    Seiko Solar Chronograph (first father's day gift)
    Oris Artelier Skeleton (wedding gift from the wife)
    -Brian

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    • #17
      Surprised the Alaska Project is so high on that list... but I do understand when a watch fails to "speak" to you.

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      • #18
        Wa ga uh, huh HOW CAN THE ALASKA PROJECT BE THERE?!

        Be true to your AP Brian. Don't lose faith in it.

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        • #19
          D'oh! The Aquastar is in there...somewhere... too.
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          • #20
            I know. It surprised me, too, when I was putting together the list. In reality, the top 6 or so spots were the hardest to rank. The only real issue I have with the Alaska Project is winding it. I find the crown guard to be too intrusive and it doesn't give me the winding pleasure the Deck Watch does.
            -Brian

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            • #21
              That's a "heads up!" sign, right?
              Tempus fugit...

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