'Watches I regret selling'

This is a Sector Mike Horn Edition that I bought, sold a few days later, and forgot all about it after. Until now. I don't think I'm gonna buy it again, chiefly because I've got waaaay too many watches already, but seller's remorse can be a bit of a disease, especially when it comes to watches and cars. Sometimes you can buy it back and sometimes you can't. What say you, is there any watch you regret selling and if so, would you able to buy it back if you wanted to? Let me know in the comments

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  • My Dad gave me a green tissot over 20 years ago, no idea what happened to it. Wish I kept it....

      3 days ago
    • that can happen sometimes. It's unfortunate. And watches are small, in relative terms, which means it is actually easy to misplace them or lose them

        3 days ago
  • I've never sold a watch. I was rearranging the garage last weekend (actually, I was looking for an old Nikon film camera with a sweet 50mm 1.2 prime lens on it that I wanted to use on a shoot - never found it, lol) and I came across a box of old watches. Several were interesting to my teen son: a USSR Tank Commander watch - military issue - that I was gifted while I was in Belarus for a video production; a "Monaco Tennis Grand Prix" watch (again, a gift while covering the tennis tournament). I sort of doubt I will ever sell one of my old watches; even though more than half the time when I leave the house now (which isn't that often, THANKS COVID 19), I don't bother to put a watch on.

      9 days ago
    • how was Belarus? I've never been

        8 days ago
    • The people were just wonderful. It was a weird trip because the Soviet KGB followed us everywhere in these two little white Trabant cars. When I asked a group of our translators (all college kids) how we could help them, they said, "Send us...

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        8 days ago
  • I’ve never actually sold any of mine. I have about 23 different watches that I’ve bought over the years and apart from the main ones I did I write up on the rest are dotted around all over the place. I even have a Tokyo Flash watch somewhere but stopped wearing it as you need a brain like Stephen Hawkins to work out the time and I like function over fashion so to speak

      9 days ago
    • a few years ago I had to sell a few, basically to support myself, and the experience taught me that being frugal is sometimes useful. So now I want to make sure my collection is self-funded, not just in terms of value but also in terms of size. So,...

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        8 days ago
  • That’s an interesting watch. Does it have a specific function? Just curious.

    Haven’t sold any watches. I hang on to the one nice watch I have left and that Calloway. Both need batteries. Have to fix that soon.

      9 days ago
  • #watches

      10 days ago

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