I know I do. Particularly the pre 50’s watches that have lots of radium on them, for example with radium painted Arabic numerals, like my grandfather’s WWI watch. Of course, this is a little funny for me. I played with this watch as a child, when it was broken and had no crystal in it. After I had it repaired in the 80’s, I wore it everyday for maybe a year or so, without thinking about the risk. And I still wear it occasionally. Just confessing that I can be inconsistent. I’ve never metered it; I suppose I should. But I’m much less likely to put up significant bucks for a radium watch. Little 50’s Seamaster radium dots don’t worry me, for example, but when the radium dots get to Submariner size, I get reluctant to buy because I’d hesitate to wear it regularly. Perfect example of a radium watch that I did buy but don’t wear much: Honestly, I can’t imagine ever regretting buying this piece, but I argue it’s the exception for me. What’s your view on collecting radium watches? If you have a bunch, do you store them in a special way?