How many watches do you travel with?

We just bought plane tickets for a 2 week vacation and I'm wondering how many watches I want to bring.   Yes I can get by with just a single watch but what's the fun in that. 

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I like to bring two or three watches for a couple of weeks of travel. It gives me a bit of flexibility in style, and some variety. 

I'll usually have a watch on a leather strap for nice evenings out, and then something on a MN for comfort/durability. The third option varies, but lately it's been my Navigator for the tritium and quartz ease of use. 

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One on any given trip.  But I do have multiple quick change straps, and bring at least two (one canvas in case I decide to swim or want casual, and a leather in case I want to go to a nice restaurant).

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One good watch plus my Apple Watch.  Either a Submariner or Datejust. 

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Two. One for most things and one that I can wear if the weather is going to be terrible or if I am going somewhere where I am uncomfortable wearing a luxury piece. My second watch is usually a G-Shock, my Citizen Promaster or my Seiko Tuna. 

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Depends on where I travel, if its a high crime state I would wear my Hamilton khaki field. 

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I recently took a week long trip and brought 4 total. I found that was plenty, and ended up wearing the same watch for 4 of the days.

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I often travel with three watches.

A dress watch

A "Diver" minimum 20 atm

And I always take my Garmin forerunner.

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Depends on the type of trip, but 2-3, typically.  Dress and casual.  Usually the casual is a beater with good a WR rating.

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JBird7986

Depends on the type of trip, but 2-3, typically.  Dress and casual.  Usually the casual is a beater with good a WR rating.

That’d be me too. 2-3 plus what‘s on the wrist, which is often my Marathon quartz with tritium hands.  My watch case will have a dress watch, a GMT and maybe a diver/sports. 

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Usually, one unless a situation calls for a suit. 

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Usually commit to one and change straps, but I recently got a WatchPod and decided to take two on my next trip. 

Always have a diver, 2nd watch is a toss up. 

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Always only took one but we are about to leave for Switzerland for 2 weeks and I’m planning to take two this time, a beater quartz and a Swiss mechanical.

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Couple, two three, and some straps to boot. All depends. Not more than I think I can't replace easily if entirely lost.

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Usually 4 (3 in the roll and 1 on the wrist).

However, I recently went to D.C. for a few days and decided to only bring 1 watch for the trip. It was sort of nice! Probably won't be doing that for all vacations in the future but once in a while it can be nice.

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It depends on where I go and what I will do there. Usually two, one regular inexpensive one and a smartwatch. I very rarely bring expensive watches with me unless I travel to family or stay at my own property.

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I discovered 2 is enough and 3 sometimes takes up to much space. So I take a 2 watch watchroll and put one in and one on my wrist. One everyday piece that can also dress up and a beater watch. For me it’s the Vostok since I don’t have a g shock yet