Had a few days off work and finally got round to taking a few quick shots of my small and humble collection. I've got watches lying everywhere but I think that's all I have at home. I do keep a few at the office so no shots of those until I get back to work.
. An incomplete group shot
. My Gs. Missing a few here. Some at the office for those days when a little fun and color is needed to go with my red sneakers. I work in a interactive agency and G-shock is also one of our client. My 7yr old son is also fond of Gs and has license to wear them whenever he feels like it.
. Except for a few at the office, this is pretty much all my Seikos.
. The Orange Monster has tasted seawater the most but that will hopefully change this September. Planning to bring a few "virgins" with me to Pom Pom Island. *fingers crossed*
. Various other watches. These are either hardly worn or not even worn yet.
. Last but not least, a box with watches for remembrance that has a lot of sentimental value to me.
A Swatch that my parents gave me when I was still studying. It doesn't cost much but I know they had to work hard and think long before spending that kind of money. Eventho it doesn't cost much but believe me, it took a big chunk from their measly pay-checks.
A Guess Waterpro, the 1st ever watch that I received from a female.
A Fossil Arkitekt, the 1st watch that I paid for with my own money many decades ago. A time when I didn't know what a bezel or crown was, I just knew a watch as a watch.
I'm still waiting on a few others that I had pulled the trigger on (hard to resist good deals), a Seiko Helmet, a Sumo (waiting on Katsu for restock), Luminox Colormark, 2 homage and a Laco and that's it for me. No more watches! I'm already poor enough.
Thanks for viewing.