Personally, I hate them, but watch people are quirky. Do I even need a watch? Not really, but I'm a watch nerd.
Looks like phones and watches are easy pickings.
Rolex is out of my league too. Wouldn't buy one even if I could.Norpig wrote:I used to wear a watch everyday up until around 10 years ago but don't wear one at all now, just fell out of the habit.
Can't afford a Rolex anyway but i did see that people are being targeted on the street now for them.
I agree. My brother never wears a watch. But, looking at the number of watch channels on YouTube, there's still a huge love for the old wrist candy.Cajunboy wrote:I don't feel dressed if I haven't got a watch on.
Strangely I find it easier to look at my wrist to see what the time is, than faff about with my mobile.
A mate of mine has one of those watches with only one hand. I just don't get it.karlypants wrote:I wore a watch when I was about a teenager. I then never bothered as it didn't go with my gold bracelet at the time so relied on the phone for the time.
I purchased a couple of years ago an Apple smart watch series 3 I got brand new at just £50 off Amazon which I thought was a real bargain but couldn't get used to it being on my wrist etc so gave it to the Mrs to upgrade her old series 1/2 watch she had.
Since I had my stroke, I bought a series 7 watch that has some health functions on it for Atrial FIbrilation and beats per minute etc which I thought would give me a guidline for if I needed to see a doctor or go to hospital for instance.
I have to say I love wearing a watch now. I can even pay for stuff by contactless with it!
I bought my nephew an automatic dive watch with a screw down crownNorpig wrote:My kids can't even read a traditional clock, just not something they use these days
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