I haven't got time.
Seriously, I kinda wanted an Omega Seamaster for a long time (not sure why)! My dad got a Rolex for his 21st birthday, and it lasted fifty years before breaking down beyond repair . He belatedly found out he could have got $500 for it for spare parts!
He bought me a Seiko watch in Hong Kong in 1975, which lasted me around 30 years before dying. I was very proud of it, and of the calculator he bought me, which still works, even though I dropped a Strickberger (enormous genetics text book) on it accidentally in 1979. I stuffed its disembowelled innards back into it (I know zero about electronics)... and it was good as new!
 "Well, that's what happens when you spend money, reflected Mr Kaboodle sadly." - anyone recognise that quote from a children's book? No Googling allowed...