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The 126720VTNR "Sprite" continues to captivate me. Its exceptional quality is beyond words. As the one-month anniversary with this watch approaches on Thursday the 29th, I'm reminded that my other timepieces also deserve some wear. The enjoyment I experience with the "Sprite" is unexpected and profound, underscoring the reason behind the lengthy waitlists for this model. Rolex's craftsmanship shines through, delivering a timepiece that's as flawlessly constructed as it is enjoyable to wear. #wruw #collecting #gmtwatch #sprite #destro

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I love not seeing the crown at 3 o鈥檆lock

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The dial is remarkably clear and effortlessly legible, showcasing exquisite functionally in its design.

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This photograph is particularly captivating to me, akin to gazing into a mirror. Avoiding my own reflection in such a polished surface is a challenging yet rewarding task.

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And we can鈥檛 forget the beautiful and comfortable Jubilee bracelet.

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And how about a #lumeshot

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Fantastic GMT! Love it!

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BadgeHoarder

Fantastic GMT! Love it!

You're welcome, Luke! My excitement to collect every variant is through the roof now. I'm setting my sights on acquiring a Batgirl, a Pepsi on Jubilee, a Meteorite White Gold Pepsi, and perhaps a full Yellow Gold on Jubilee and/or a full Everose Rootbeer. 馃挵馃挵馃捀馃捀 I'm also eagerly anticipating the unveiling of new variants at the upcoming Watches & Wonders trade show. Attending that event is definitely on my to-do list in the near future.

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The streak with the Sprite continues! Hell yeah!!

JLWatches

The streak with the Sprite continues! Hell yeah!!

Hey Logan, I've hit a bit of a conundrum. I'm starting to grasp the idea of having a 3 or 5 piece watch collection. This latest timepiece has brought me so much pleasure that I've barely given a second thought to the majority of my collection. It's making me consider a significant overhaul and perhaps a downsizing. I'm seeing some of my watches as redundant now. This is a huge revelation for me, and it's going to take some serious contemplation to figure out my next steps. It's quite the shake-up to my collector's philosophy!

I recognize the irony in my message, especially since I just mentioned to Luke my ambition to acquire nearly every GMT Master II variant out there. It's a bit of a contradiction to my thoughts on downsizing my collection, but the allure of those watches is undeniable. This duality is something I'll need to reconcile as I reflect on my collecting goals.

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Enjoy the honeymoon. The other watches will come back into rotation in time.

I always have trouble not wearing copy. It鈥檚 so wearable. And it鈥檚 feels durable but elegant with the jubilee and the glossy dial and bezel insert

TheHoroSexual

Hey Logan, I've hit a bit of a conundrum. I'm starting to grasp the idea of having a 3 or 5 piece watch collection. This latest timepiece has brought me so much pleasure that I've barely given a second thought to the majority of my collection. It's making me consider a significant overhaul and perhaps a downsizing. I'm seeing some of my watches as redundant now. This is a huge revelation for me, and it's going to take some serious contemplation to figure out my next steps. It's quite the shake-up to my collector's philosophy!

I recognize the irony in my message, especially since I just mentioned to Luke my ambition to acquire nearly every GMT Master II variant out there. It's a bit of a contradiction to my thoughts on downsizing my collection, but the allure of those watches is undeniable. This duality is something I'll need to reconcile as I reflect on my collecting goals.

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My guesses of your consolidation plans:

  • Tudor, GS, and Traska GMTs, and the Yachtmaster out because of the Black/Green GMTM2

  • Definitely a consolidation of the Daytonas and the TT Tudor chronograph.

  • Probably some 3-handed downsizing, of which there ar many. Definitely Traska consolidation or even elimination. Divers, too.

  • GS consolidation. Keeping one of the ~3. I鈥檓 guessing you might keep whichever would be the best example of GS in your mind, which for me would be a duel the Shunbun or the Lakw Suwa. (Imo I find the Lakw Suwa to be the more impressive one, since it is the only dial I have seen that accurately mimics the look of idle waves).

  • Removal of novelties for 鈥渃ore鈥 ones, But maybe retaining at least one.