Which watch in your collection do you wear the most? And which one do we wear the least?

Curious to see what your answers are. There are some amazing collections from folks here at WatchCrunch and I’m curious to know which watch you wear the most often, and which watch you wear the least.

And for both, leave a comment as to why. 

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For me, the watch I wear most often is the Omega Seamaster 300. It is, by far, the most comfortable watch I own - better than the Sub, better than the GS White Birch. It just feels effortless. 
 

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As for the watch I wear the least, it is my Stowa Chronograph. While it holds a place in my heart for sentimental reasons (it was the first watch I bought after getting a “real” job after graduating uni), it doesn’t fit with my lifestyle anymore. I’ve also come to notice how thick it is. It often gets caught in my sleeve.

So, those are mine. What are your most and least worn watches?

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I know the least…

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It’s obvious from my wrist shots that I lean towards my PD1667, probably because it was my first automatic (not counting an irreplaceable heirloom Lanco) and my entry point into taking my interest more seriously. (The Titanium Accurist was my first ‘old man’ watch lol — picked it out of the Argos catalogue because I really wanted something in Titanium. Had no idea till a couple of weeks ago that it’s technically a homage to the Speedmaster Date by Omega. Don’t think theirs is in Ti though)

In terms of the least, it’s going to be the ones hardest to replace or that are more fragile — so the afore mentioned Lanco, or my Casio Commander. But arguably even less than those are the novelty watches — also in one case near impossible to replace, but mainly cos they don’t suit me when oit and about. I haven’t even done a wrist shot for my Game Boy watch, I keep forgetting when whimsical Wednesday is coming up.

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Currently, the watch I am wearing the most is my new Rangemaster. It may be the honeymoon phase, but I am really liking this watch!

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The one I wear the least is this Relic Skeleton. I don't even have a picture of me wearing it. I will never get rid of it, because it was a gift from my wife, but I am not really a fan of it.

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Most: Vario Versa. Possibly because the honeymoon phase. Before it was my SKX013.

Least: Vostok 2403/581, Love the design homaging the VC 1921. But it just rarely ends up on my wrist. 

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I've accumulated a lot of watches over a lot of years and rotate on a daily basis so it's too hard for me to answer. Great problem to have👍

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I wear a Tissot 33mm P80 the most because its small and I hardly know its on. All the others almost never get put on as they are either too big and heavy or too hard to read at a glance. Although being retired I do like a day/date because they are all saturdays now and tend to run together.

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A beginner (= not many watches) so I try to rotate every day...I reach for these the most

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My first Rolex is probably the favourite as I got it for my 40th birthday sub date ,the least used is a baume Mercier chrisma,it was a 50th birthday present so am reluctant to sell ,it was bought as a dress watch but never used as the sub does the job 

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Obviously 

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My daily wearer has been the Timex M79 Hype Beast.  I really love this watch and can easily be my only watch.  With a collection of about 90, I really will have to figure out which one gets the least amount of love.  It's funny all these watches and I have been wearing nothing but the Hypebeast and the Marlin 95% of the time.

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I swap watches every day so each gets equal wear time.

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Most frequent wear based on percentage of opportunity days (I'm a data nerd, so of course I keep track) is the Glycine. Comfortable, Swiss, Automatic. 

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Least? 

Since I have a few that are out of commission for various reasons, I'll stick to wearable pieces. 

It's a tie between these two. 

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Why? They were NOS I picked up earlier this year and as such, the plastic bands are degrading, they don't balance the watch head at all and they are TALL. Mostly just decorations rather than watches. 

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First gen Mako or,UnoMako I call her, and Islander Bayport are my daily drivers. Citizen Eco-Chrono the least. Mainly because it's a 43mm and I'm just not feeling the size anymore. 42mm is starting to feel kinda big for some reason. I don't count the Bulova HD CrashWatch as a wearing piece, it'll never be worn again.

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This is my default if I don't know what to put on:

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My least worn watch is a blatant 62MAS clone I bought for $30, just to find out if I like that style of watch.

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the lollypop seconds hand on the omega looks phenomenal 

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the lollypop seconds hand on the omega looks phenomenal 

Indeed! I love that lollipop seconds hand!