Daily Drivers: Do you have one or a few?

Iv been rotating through my Tudor, Tag and Omega on the week days. Tudor 2-3x a week. Anyone else have a few watches that just sit in the box while one or a few get most of the wrist time?

I have four watches that I wear on the weekly. Six others get rotated in on the monthly. My 2 dress watches are occasional pieces.

I pretty much wear my Santos De Cartier everyday

SNE573 all week days. Evening varies with:

Dresskx

Seiko snkl45

Casio 158

Weekends:

Seiko land alpinist

Timex q chronograph

Gshock if yard work needed

The mako and kamasu aren't seing wrist much lately (more on summer) as well as the white casioak.

Yep. Sport Coat/Suit is the only time I wear my Movado... luckily that's not very often lol

My entire collection is rotated into the daily wear. I have my favorites of course but I try to rotate as much as possible.

I have nearly 50 watches so MOST of them sit in the box most of the time. This Timex has become my default, and I have no idea how or why, considering my first love is dive watches. Its not my nicest watch, certainly not my most expensive, But I literally wear it 80% of the time now. Its the warm fuzzy blanket of watches. I just find it comfortable to look at and it gives me a nostalgic glow.

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My daily drivers are currently Casios & G-Shocks because of my "mouthy" Lab puppy Zuko.

i usually switch around nowadays but i used to wear my sarb033 all the time before :)

SurferJohn

My entire collection is rotated into the daily wear. I have my favorites of course but I try to rotate as much as possible.

Same. I like to wear my watches, even my older ones. The only ones that sit on the sidelines are the ones I'm thinking to offload, ie my mistakes.

I don't know whow people have 40, 100, 200 watch collections!

Beanhead

Same. I like to wear my watches, even my older ones. The only ones that sit on the sidelines are the ones I'm thinking to offload, ie my mistakes.

I don't know whow people have 40, 100, 200 watch collections!

Guilty, I have a lot....lol

SurferJohn

Guilty, I have a lot....lol

What's a lot?

Beanhead

Same. I like to wear my watches, even my older ones. The only ones that sit on the sidelines are the ones I'm thinking to offload, ie my mistakes.

I don't know whow people have 40, 100, 200 watch collections!

That's because a lot of people with 40-50 watches have a lot of weirdness and chaff. If you think of watch collections as just being nice watches, the things people wear to offices and such, a large collection probably does not make much sense, I have watches I will NEVER wear just because I think they are neat.

Beanhead

What's a lot?

Over 100

Crazy_Dana

That's because a lot of people with 40-50 watches have a lot of weirdness and chaff. If you think of watch collections as just being nice watches, the things people wear to offices and such, a large collection probably does not make much sense, I have watches I will NEVER wear just because I think they are neat.

Got it, so they are truly collections rather than primarily watches to wear. Sounds very basic, but I never considered the alternative

Try to rotate as much as possible. But I have my favorites lol

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Beanhead

Got it, so they are truly collections rather than primarily watches to wear. Sounds very basic, but I never considered the alternative

Fair enough. Yes, I have about ten I like to wear, the rest are pretty much "just because". My Tokyo Bay UFO "jump" quartz is a good example. Love how it looks but it gets zero wrist time.

I have my daughter pickin' one of my 50+ watches every morning. This guarantees an excellent rotation of my collection

Lately, it's been two to three.

I wear the same Citizen at work every day & a digital beater (Casio or Armitron) at home in the evenings. It's worked for me, but I know that my "daily" is apt to change with a new purchase.

All of my watches are daily drivers (aim for versatile business casual watches) . . . and the ones that aren't tend to get sold.

I rotate my watches, wearing each at least 2 times a month. But the one I wear most is my BB58. I鈥檓 starting to wear my BLNR GMT II more often as well.

Crazy_Dana

Fair enough. Yes, I have about ten I like to wear, the rest are pretty much "just because". My Tokyo Bay UFO "jump" quartz is a good example. Love how it looks but it gets zero wrist time.

Just looked it up, that's very cool. I can see why people might want to collect watches and not wear. I'd still wear that UFO watch!

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Bottom row for weekly divers: 6309; 7001; 7548; 009. The 7006-8030 is too rare to wear. The two 6119 sport divers get the occasional wear. Silver Pogue and Monaco - never. Again too rare. LM - I wear quite a bit as with the 4006s. Two more cases still of vintage goodness.

I work from the office 3 days a week and from home 2 days a week. At the office my rotation is my 90鈥檚 Omega Seamaster 120m, Seiko Presage Sharp Edge three-hander, and Certina DS Action Diver 38mm titanium. One in a while I鈥檒l sneak in the Baby Alpinist at the office. For WFH days, it鈥檚 the Baby Alpinist, the 5KX, or a quartz Citizen or Movado.

Beanhead

Just looked it up, that's very cool. I can see why people might want to collect watches and not wear. I'd still wear that UFO watch!

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There. Works great but it eats batteries fast.

Not really depends on what I'm doing and My mood, my Grand Seiko's, sinn, seiko's, oris, hamilton are all dependant on my mood and what I'm wearing. Other than that I have a choice of gshocks for days when I am doing something outdoorsy or swimming.

I plan to get through all mine in a timely fashion (excuse the pun), but depending on what i'm doing, there are some that get less wear. For example, I won't take my moonswatches travelling with me when I have a selection fo GMT watches i'd rather wear and have the functionality for it.