So the rules of the game:
If all that was true, what watch would you pick?
I guess I will start...
No matter if you are wearing shorts and a t-shirt, or getting married. this watch works. It also has quick-release bands, so you can change the look pretty quickly. The design is over 100 years old, so I will die before it goes out of style.Pretty much the perfect one-watch collection.
This classic would be the one for me. On the bracelet with a t-shirt and throw it on leather if you are wearing a suit.
Rolex Explorer 1016.
Meanwhile I will have to settle with this one... :(
After carefully considering this for 2 minutes...
Casio MDV-106 a.k.a the Duro a.k.a The Marlin
The stunning green dial Globemaster.
probably typical answer but my choice would be bb 58. diver watch with vintage aesthetic
I was thinking this or the nautilus. But what will it look like in 25 years? We might have moved on to something so different, that this really isn't the style anymore. Same with dive watches. I suspect both this and dive watches will still be what we want in 25 years, but who knows.
Rolex 16710 Pepsi, oyster bracelet. Cliché I know, but a classic that suits multiple occasions.
Either the Rolex Batman or the Tudor Pepsi (what can I say I love the GMT aesthetic)
Route1: Rolex Submariner, black.
This is a fiendish question. The more you think about it the harder it gets!
I thought it’d be easy and I thought I knew the watch I would choose, but just one for everything 🤯
For a true everyday forever, it would be my Grand Seiko Winter, the titanium is lightweight comfortable and attractive. The watch is very accurate and I’m a bit OCD on having the correct time.
It’s crazy to think my GS spring drive is more accurate then my G-Shock