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I was in an Omega showroom with a friend a few days past where I viewed a Speedmaster that would cost, after discounts and everything, just under 5000 USD.

'You mad? I'd get a few different watches for a few hundred dollars each and wear them, for 5000 USD', my friend remarked.

He isn't a watchhead and can thus be forgiven, but he did get me thinking. Let's say you were given (only on Top Gear do you get 'given' money, but pray read on) $4900 (I surreptitiously keep the extra $100) to spend on 7 watches, one for each day of the week. Which ones would you choose? And why?

These all have to be brand new, mind.

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OK, I've given this some thought. You said they have to be new and I've managed that. You also said there had to be seven watches but I've managed to get 8! I estimate that the $4900 converts to around £3200 so here goes:

Dreadnaught Voyager - £875

Seiko Tune SBBN015 - £675

Seiko SARB035 - £240

PRS-22 Speedbird III - £470

PRS-20 Italian - £365

PRS-25 Smiths Everest - £245

PRS-18Q - £185

G-Shock GW-M5600 - £100

I make that £3155 so I have a bit left over for a few new straps.

David

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