Interview with Mike Bill: It’s never too late to start collecting watches.

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Hi Mike Bill welcome to our interview, I am so happy to share with our audience your story.

Could you share a bit about who you are and what you do?

I, uh, started out as a child, to quote the famous philosopher William Henry Cosby, Jr. Grew up in a small farming community in the Midwest, surrounded by corn and bean fields. First in the family to get a college degree, took me 13 years, but no debt when finished.

Had at least 6 careers, including police officer, salesman, owner of 3 small businesses. 9 years as an Amazon Professional seller.

Semi-retired now.

When did you start collecting watches?

About 1 year ago.

Your first watch?

Seiko SKA 432

Do you help your friends buy and sell luxury watches?

Just beginning that process now.

Using Pejman Ghadimi advice on how to move some wealth into watches – how they can enjoy owning and wearing luxury watches without guilt and losing much if any, money.

What are the hottest watches right now on the market?
Stainless Steel Rolexes, some Omegas, Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. Omega, Grand Seiko, Audemars Piguet, F.P. Journe, really like most watches for different reasons.

Tell us about your favorite watch brands and the watches you enjoy.

My Omega Seamaster quartz 2541.80 is great to throw on in the morning without winding or setting up. The manuals are cool to wind and become one with the watch. Automatics are just fine too.

Interview with Mike Bill Its never too late to start

Do you preferer automatic, manual or quartz movement and why?

My Omega Seamaster quartz 2541.80 is great to throw on in the morning without winding or setting up. The manuals are cool to wind and become one with the watch. Automatics are just fine too.

Do you preferer to buy watches Online or in a store? MB: Have only bought online or at a watch show, never in a store.

If you buy watches online which is your favorite site to shop at?

Ebay and now a few wholesalers’ websites.

How to you make sure you are not getting scammed?

Again, I follow PJs advise and “Buy the seller, not the watch”

Who is your favorite watchmaker?

Really, there are too many fine watchmakers at this point for me. F.P. Journe is way up there for me, but Omega makes many affordable models for me.

Most and least expensive watches in your current collection?

Well, that is changing all the time. I have some very inexpensive Seikos that I enjoy because of the design or colors. The most expensive watches don’t stay long because they sell quickly.

What’s your grail watch?

Probably have 20+ grail watches in mind, AP, F. P. Journe, Jeager – LeCoultre, Grand Seiko. Acquiring one will satisfy for a while, then the urge for another will appear.

Your favorite watch to take for travel?
Omega Speedmaster Broad Arrow GMT, like the two time zones.

Is there a watch brand you would not wear even if you get paid for it?

Can’t think of one.

A big thank you to Mike Bill for sharing your stories and passion for watches.

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