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Found I've really loved the Astor+Banks Fortitude in blue. Strongly considering getting the same watch in another color way.

Just curious how many have multiples of the same model in a variety of colors?
 

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Found I've really loved the Astor+Banks Fortitude in blue. Strongly considering getting the same watch in another color way.

Just curious how many have multiples of the same model in a variety of colors?
I have 3 Gshock GA-2100’s. One in B&W on a black combi bracelet, One in camouflage, on stainless steel and a yellow on a black NATO. They get a lot of wrist time, more than anything else is my rotation.
 

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Nope.

Too many watches I want out there to ever have more than one the same.

I know how it works for me, and when I change watch I want a different style, not the same one in a different colour.
 
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I have one cheap Casio Edifice chrono that I had enjoyed for a few months and decided to buy a duplicate when a great sale popped up -- for the sole purpose of beadblasting it. So this isn't a colorway, but a different finish at least. For the right watch, I could totally see enjoying a different colorway.

But ... how long have you had the A&B Fortitude? I had one Timex I liked enough recently that I bought another in the same line (different colors and dial layout) only a couple weeks after. Well, it turned out that I didn't really love either that much and they both barely got any wrist time. If I'd waited past the honeymoon period for that first watch, I wouldn't have bought the second.

Just a fair warning to make sure you really do like this model before you make the same mistake ; ) If you've had it for at least a couple months and wear it a lot, I would not hesitate.
 

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Nope.

Too many watches I want out there to ever have more than one the same.

I know how it works for me, and when I change watch I want a different style, not the same one in a different colour.
i have an uncle. If he finds a shirt or pair of shoes very comfy, he buys all colors.
 

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I'm strongly considering getting the white Seamaster 300M, or the NTTD.
 

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Nope.

Too many watches I want out there to ever have more than one the same.

I know how it works for me, and when I change watch I want a different style, not the same one in a different colour.
I'm with you, for me choosing the right colour in a model its part of the thrill.
So many watches out there to buy xD
 
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