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I keep a folder of pictures with descriptions of watches I want, of watches I like, of watches I need. I just kinda figure it's good to stay in the know of what you want and it's cost etc. etc.etc.
Guess I was just wondering if anyone else has the addiction this bad?

So I was just looking in that folder and DANG I want this watch
Reidenschild Blue Pearl auto
 

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The hunt is a lot of fun.
For me especially when I walk into an AD and actually see the watch (prey) in person.
I have done a lot of watch hunting over the past few years and am finally taking the time to admire my trophys.
Less hunting now and more attention to the catches.
 

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Right with you. I noticed a while back that I would find a watch that I really liked, then just keep looking around and around. I'd buy something completely different, then weeks later come across the first watch (this time having no money to spend on it) and say, "Coulda, shoulda". Now (in addition to taking my time looking around) I keep ads of the ones i really like in a photobucket album. I keep about a half dozen in at a time, and every time I do a search, I check on a few of 'em. It helps me get what I really want, not just "addition" pieces.
 

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The hunt is a lot of fun.
For me especially when I walk into an AD and actually see the watch (prey) in person.
I have done a lot of watch hunting over the past few years and am finally taking the time to admire my trophys.
Less hunting now and more attention to the catches.
In a short time you will injest your quary and be left picking at bones. You will feel the urge to hunt which will be disguised as stalking. But you can't help yourself. You are the Supreme Cockalorum!
 

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The hunt is a lot of fun.
For me especially when I walk into an AD and actually see the watch (prey) in person.
I have done a lot of watch hunting over the past few years and am finally taking the time to admire my trophys.
Less hunting now and more attention to the catches.
So that explains why Alpha Omega went out of business. . . :biggrin:
 
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