Compared with him, my collection is pretty tight – I’ve got just three watches in the rotation. An everyday watch (Rolex Explorer ref. 1016 from the ’80s), a crossover watch (a Tudor Prince from the 1960s with a handmade camel suede strap), and a dressy watch (an early ’70s gold Zenith, usually with a navy NATO strap.) So it’s kind of a spartan selection but covers a lot of ground. In the bullpen, I have a couple of old Heuer Chronos, an Omega, and a Zenith pocket watch. But between the first three, I can go almost everywhere.
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