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Discussion in 'Watches' started by EZDog, Feb 9, 2017.
My watch is a Fitbit currently, so yes...I wear it 24/7.
right now I take my Seiko 5 off, attach my wedding band (too loose after losing weight) and charge that under a LED light for a few minutes.
My Fitbit Charge 2 has become my watch and it also monitors my sleep, so yep, every night except when I need to charge it (about every 8 days or so).
At home - no
Traveling - usually no
Camping - yes
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At work yes, at home no.
Yes, well not exactly. I put it under my pillow. It is a Deep Blue with T100 tritium tubes. The pic doesn't do it justice. It is very bright especially with dark adapted vision and my wife even complain about it. Having near by is easier than trying to see the clock radio with my bad vision.
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suunto core military all black - always on wrist, no matter what
Another psycho here. Sleep with my watch. Always have.
Only the antique manual watches come off at night. ( Extremely loud.) Then I will put on a "quiet" one.
If I'm home- Watch comes off at bed time.
When I'm deployed on a fire detail- Watch is always on me no matter what. Reason being I spend more days than not, sleeping in a spike camp and I just don't wanna find it in my tent the next morning. Plus after a 16-18 hour day digging fire-line, the last thing I'm worried about taking off is my watch.
I wear my watches 24/7, I wear glasses to see any distance and depend on my watch because I can’t see the clock on the wall. I can ask Siri as I also sleep with my phones on the nightstand but Siri gets confused sometimes and then makes me mad with her answers. I like the simple act of looking at my watch.
I take it off for sleep and shower, tried sleeping with it once, had the face of the watch imprinted on my cheek, that was fun to explain at work. Not gonna do it again if i can help it.
I have always worn a watch to bed.
The only time i dont wear a watch is showering.
Since getting an apple watch, it sits on the charger in the morning as i shower, then again at night when i put the kids to bed (shower, dress, read bedtime story)
Keeps it charged.
On days where i forget to take it off to charge when putting the kids to bed, i wear my Ecozilla to bed and leave the AW on charge overnight
I found putting it on charge while i was in the shower/drying off/getting dressed for 15 or so minutes every morning kept it topped up nicely, maybe once a month or so i would leave it on a while for a full charge
One thing i miss about my old charge HR, the loooooooong battery life
I have always worn a watch 24/7. It has never occurred to me to take one off to sleep.
I wear mine, formerly for the silent alarm (smart watch) now because it's an automatic.
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My Seiko 5 automatics retain more than enough power to go through the night. When I change weekly rotation I've usually seen one of them keep going for another day and a half before they shut down!
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Ok, I also like to know that it's only 9am when I wake up.
Yep. My G-Shock stays on my wrist 24/7. Shower, bed, work, ect... I feel naked without it. Gets enough solar juice each day to keep pumping. I have the crazy attachment and dependence on it for time/date/weather just as normal folks do with their phone.
Well another psycho. Glad I am not alone. Can not imagine waking up and not knowing the time or fumbling for some off body device to find out.