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    Well, gents, back to one watch for me.

    I guess I'll be wearing my trusty luminox sentry for a while, since I got ROBBED on Tuesday. Time to rebuild the collection. Too bad insurance has watches under "jewelry," so I'm capped at $1k reimbursement. Didn't think I needed a rider for my little collection.


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    Sorry to hear that you were robbed. Some people are scum.

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    Jeeze @Mad Martigan that sucks. Sorry to hear that. So will you rebuild what you already had, or look for some new items?

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    Getting robbed sucks because not only lose things but you feel vulnerable for quite a while after. You can get a separate policy for pretty cheap with $0 deductible and add it to your other insurance for a bundle package. You just need something to confirm the price and a listing of what you own.

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    Thanks. Idk what I'll do. Some I def want back. I want my scurfa back, I want my SKX that I just got 2 weeks ago back. I had several deep blues that I really did like but are probably interchangeable with a lot of stuff I could try. I loved my SARY055, but I got it because I couldn't swing a cocktail time right at that moment, and it was a fine substitute. I will make some different buys, but I will have my faves again.


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    Actually I will probably buy a seiko PADI solar this weekend. I had been eying that one as my next purchase anyway.


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    Didn't you have a nice set of golf clubs that they took? A big tv? You might want to double check...

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    Haha no I don't think that will be necessary. I will probably have to fight them a little bit to pay up for my guitar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha King View Post
    Didn't you have a nice set of golf clubs that they took? A big tv? You might want to double check...
    Suggesting insurance fraud, nice...

    To OP, sorry about the loss, I just finally got around to getting jewelry insurance coverage on my watches. It's annoying that any/all watches are considered 'jewelry' for sure. As a fellow WUS, the (small) upside is that you can rethink your collection, rebuy what you want back and change others where you weren't enjoying them as much, etc. Obviously a very small silver lining relatively speaking.

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    I mentioned it in a post years ago, but it's important for clothing enthusiasts to pay attention to insurance and proper documentation. The average American male does not have a substantial collection of quality items. Adjusters will be skeptical if you claim you lost $5,000 worth of shoes in a fire, etc.


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