Do the good people of Watch Crunch collect anything besides watches?
I tried to pair a hat with each watch, the only watch left was my Jupiter MoonSwatch. More hats are in order it seems!
other than watches I collect Whiskey. But they do not last long. Costs me almost as much as watches
As the username & 7 of my watches suggest, I am a fan of Star Wars. So it follows that I collect Star Wars trinkets & art.
I have also started collecting lanyards & event passes that dangle from those lanyards.
Sequels or prequels. There is a correct answer.
Cameras, mostly. I also have too many sneakers.
If there's a "correct" answer, then you aren't really a Star Wars fan.
All 11 of the films have their issues, but I love them all.
It used to be knives, lately I feel like I've been collecting trouble more than anything else.
Half of my watch box right now is extra straps lol
I collect pool cues too. I played on the pro tour for a little while. I came across so many beautiful cues that I couldn't help myself but to have some of them. I guess collecting them is like watches in a sense. I collect them for looks, their feel, the materials they are made of, the weight, the balance, the brand, and usability of them. To top it off I have to be careful not to scratch and ding them. Yup! Just like watches. 😂
Edit: watches take up less real estate. LOL
At least I can stack hats, machine washable too! Very cool though that you were in the pro tour!
Cues are not something I really considered a collectible, but it makes total sense if you are into pool, that would be something you'd likely collect.
I’ve never understood collecting consumables.
Cues are like watches. There are old ones that aren't made anymore. There are plain and simple looking ones that are worth a bunch of money. There are ones with precious metals and gems in them. There are ones with exotic woods from hard to reach places around the world. There are handmade ones that take a long time to get from the makers. There is a cue maker in Alaska that has only a 3 week window every year to ship his cues. There is another cue maker in Las Vegas that last I heard is it is a 13 to 14 year wait to get your cue after you order it. You may only pay $700 to $800 for it but second hand street value makes it worth $15,000. Yup cues are a lot like watches. LOL