missF - May2021

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Re: missF - May2021

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:thumbup: Very nice Lindsay, very nice indeed. :thumbup:
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Very nice Lindsey. :thumbup:

I would happily wear all of those. It’s great that you now have your collection in a place that you are comfortable with and enjoying.

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Great little collection you have there. As someone who has also recently decided to sell off a few and downsize the collection to those watches that will be frequently worn, I know where you are coming from.
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Well done reducing your collection to an elite five ! Getting there takes a lot of wearing and deciding what we like as a collector and the brilliant part is no two SOTC are identical! Congratulations!
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What a spectacular collection! I’d love to have any of those in mine.

I can only hope one day to be as happy with my collection as it sounds like you are!
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Very nice :thumbup:
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Post by Bahnstormer_vRS »

A wonderfully varied and tight collection Lindsey and its great to hear that you've had fun getting to this stage; I (we) have certainly had fun helping you and reading the details of your journey to this point.

Good luck with your future sales to complete your consolidation.

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It's been fun watching the collection morph into where it is now. The things you learn about what you enjoy along the journey.
It really does look like you are in a good place with it: lovely pieces, a nice mix, real quality with style.
You ought to be chuffed. Enjoy!!
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Excellent read and I enjoyed getting to hear about the journey to this point. That really is a lovely 5 watch collection. The sandstorm is a looker for sure but there isn't one out of the bunch that doesn't belong.
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Catching up on some posts I've missed and saw your up to date SOTC Lindsey :clap:
Five lovely watches and as Kip said it has been fun watching your collection get to this point.
I was a bit surprised at the C11 going but I have also moved on some pieces that I never thought would go also.
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I'm loving looking through these SOTC posts....
The CW standing strong against Longines and Oris there. I'd argue they better them?!
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Re: missF - May2021

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The CWs definitely stand strong against the other two. The sandstorm has become my daily wear favourite. I absolutely love the design and wearability. The LLD36 I’d say wins the gorgeous and well finished stakes - such a class act :thumbup:
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