To keep or let go?

I need to sell a few watches for my next purchase. This Damasko DS30 took me ages to get and it’s a great watch, a hard-as-nail everyday watch. To keep or not?

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Do you wear it regularly? Are you planning to buy a watch that makes it redundant? 

Without knowing either answer it's hard to give an opinion that's useful. 

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For what it's worth, I had a damasko da38 years ago and it is one of the few watches I regret selling. 

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KristianG

Do you wear it regularly? Are you planning to buy a watch that makes it redundant? 

Without knowing either answer it's hard to give an opinion that's useful. 

I do wear it regularly, what I love about this watch is that I don’t have to baby it at all. I don’t think this will be made redundant by the new purchase. 

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FitzHume

For what it's worth, I had a damasko da38 years ago and it is one of the few watches I regret selling. 

That’s my fear that I will regret it. This watch is so versatile, works with almost any straps.

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Best watches are ones you dont have to think about breaking it while wearing it.   

Keep if it has sentimental value to you, let go if not.  

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Ibrahim100

I do wear it regularly, what I love about this watch is that I don’t have to baby it at all. I don’t think this will be made redundant by the new purchase. 

Keep it then, I know I love my DS30 and it's not going anywhere. 

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Ironically, I want to buy one but a no date version. 

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martini

Ironically, I want to buy one but a no date version. 

That date window make it too cluttered for you?

I‘m only joking as Damasco and Sinn are so utilitarian as to make them boring to me. I know they are objectively good watches. 

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cornfedksboy

That date window make it too cluttered for you?

I‘m only joking as Damasco and Sinn are so utilitarian as to make them boring to me. I know they are objectively good watches. 

No, actually, I just don't want another watch with a date.  It has nothing to do with aesthetics. 

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I just got a DS30 of these after wanting one for years. I’ve previously owned the DA36 twice, and have regretted selling them both times. 
Is your second hand green or yellow? I remember my DA36 being very bright yellow. This DS30 second hand and date appear very much neon green.  

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I just got a DS30 of these after wanting one for years. I’ve previously owned the DA36 twice, and have regretted selling them both times. 
Is your second hand green or yellow? I remember my DA36 being very bright yellow. This DS30 second hand and date appear very much neon green.  

Second hand is white. More I think about it, I think I should keep, I think getting another one is going to be difficult. Why did you sell and re buy ? 

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Ibrahim100

Second hand is white. More I think about it, I think I should keep, I think getting another one is going to be difficult. Why did you sell and re buy ? 

The DA36 was my first >$500 watch, and I purchased it when I was new to watches. I wanted to try everything, so I sold it, then purcahsed it again a year later only to sell it to try out other watches. 3 years later, I still regret it. IMO the DA36 is one of the best everyday watches ever. I love a day-date complication and arabic numerals. My only complaint is that the lume was far too weak to be useful.