Hi folks - About four years ago when my grandfather passed away, I inherited his old Omega watch from the 60's. I think it's a seamaster. It looks basically like this watch I found on Google: It has an Arabic "12" but the rest are tick marks. It doesn't say "seamaster" at the bottom and it has a seconds dial at 6:00 rather than a second hand. It's an automatic with a nice "bumper" movement that bounces around as I move my arm. It works fine, although twice now I've had to send it away for major repair when it's just stopped running. About 20 hours on the nightstand will stop the movement, and it seems like the more I let the movement unwind, the worse it runs when I pick it up again. The bumper action feels more and more like pieces are grinding together and I feel metallic-like clicks as it shifts around. Now it seems like the whole dial has sort of "sunk" down around the 7-8 o'clock marks and I'm realizing, especially as I go into the summer, that it's just not practical everyday wear anymore. I'm a camp counselor and I play a lot of guitar - I keep my watch on my right wrist and that gets in the way when I strum so any watch I wear gets taken on and off a few times per day, increasing risks of drops and accidents. So basically I'm realizing that I can't wear my grandpa's old watch anymore. But the more I leave it sitting on a nightstand, the less likely it seems that it'll start running again when I wind it. It has a lot of sentimental value and I don't want to let it just rot in a drawer somewhere, especially because I feel like it still has so much life in it - and the fact that it still runs after all these years is really a gift. But now I don't know what to do with it! Any of you have suggestions? Or heirloom watches that you don't wear but want to maintain?