Most Valuable to Me

I know that we all have a watch that is pricesless. Not monetarily, but emotionally that cannot be sold regardless of price. I own 3. This one is my Speedmaster Date Panda. It arrived on the day my son was born 16 years ago, and today I am celebrating that. It means a lot to me, and someday will be passed on to him. I only hope he will treasure it as much as I have.

So, let's see your most Valuable timepieces with their stories!!

Reply

This, my Grail.

Wanted it since 2014 when it was released, took me until 2020 to get it. Used some inheritance from my Mum who I miss dearly. Wear it most days and love it more everyday.

Image
Inkitatus

This, my Grail.

Wanted it since 2014 when it was released, took me until 2020 to get it. Used some inheritance from my Mum who I miss dearly. Wear it most days and love it more everyday.

Image

Spectacular. Wear it in good health.

This was my dads watch. I got it when he passed away. I鈥檝e put the leather strap on it as I鈥檓 not really a fan of gold coloured watches. I find the blue leather makes it a nice dress watch so only wear in on special occasions. It鈥檚 never leaving my collection

Image

I got this one for myself for my 30th birthday. It was quite a jump in price, the most expensive watch I bought up to that point was under $500

Image

Happy birthday to your son! When I found out my son was going to be born in May I picked this up to represent his birthstone color. He turned 5 today! I wore it in the delivery room. My wife asked what would have happened if he was early in April. Easy answer I would have had to buy a second match.

Image

Great timepiece! Does he know you plan on passing it to him?

My parents are well into their 80s, have health issues and live on a fixed income. I鈥檓 blessed to still have them.

Two years ago they gave me this watch for Christmas.

Most would say it鈥檚 just an Invicta quartz diver and no big deal. To me it is a treasure I will always keep and wear.

Image
Predneck

My parents are well into their 80s, have health issues and live on a fixed income. I鈥檓 blessed to still have them.

Two years ago they gave me this watch for Christmas.

Most would say it鈥檚 just an Invicta quartz diver and no big deal. To me it is a treasure I will always keep and wear.

Image

It really doesn't matter what the dials say.

derbycitywatcher

It really doesn't matter what the dials say.

Yes and a quartz is pretty dependable as long as good battery.

Got an old Mido and Omega auto I wish were running like this Invicta.

My first Omega

Image