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Do you wear a watch while sleeping?

Discussion in 'Watches' started by EZDog, Feb 9, 2017.

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Do You Wear a Watch While Sleeping Usually?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  3. Maybe,Wouldn't you like to know?

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  4. Sleeping Whats Sleeping?

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  1. crwoody

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    Lol, i'm lucky if I can keep my old fitbit on overnight to track my sleep progress. Little things bother me a lot, and sleeping with a watch on is definitely one of them. Feel free to judge me. :p
     
  2. malraux72

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    Crazy psychos watch sleepers do not judge ;)... we are a tolerant people....
     
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  3. PBJS II

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    Almost always wear an Indiglo Timex to bed. Even half asleep and partly blind it's easy to read!

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    twoisone EDC Junkie!!!

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    Always. 24/7. Armida A4.
     
  5. bj warkentin

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    Only take it off to shower, or working with nasty adhesives/motars. With decent lume, I can check the time at night, since I tend to wake up multiple times a night, plus it "seems" to keep slightly better time when always worn, than when taken off and set down on the bedside table. Plus it feels weird not to have it on.
     
  6. steel_6

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    Nearly 24/7 here as well with a Marathon GSAR on a nato strap. Occasionally I'll take it off to shower to get my wrist a good scrub.
     
  7. Moshe ben David

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    Never. LED clock on the dresser works great at night. And in the morning forces me to get up and move to kill the alarm... highly required!

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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  8. Mark_Trail

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    No
    Phone on bed side does the job


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  9. Gary Gross

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    Negative. 2 digital clocks in the room, one of which projects time on the ceiling. Phone is the preferred alarm. All watches returned to cases/winders before bed.
     
  10. Cameron

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    Thats inspiring. Hope to one day be able to take the watch off for good.
     
  11. steviesterno

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    yes but for 2 reasons. first one is so I know what time it is if I get up. I know if it's lay there a while or just shut up and let the dog out.

    2nd on the off chance that I'm woken up for an emergency. House fire, etc, I have one nice watch in my life and I would like to have it my whole life. If you're always wearing it you never have to worry where it is ;)
     
  12. Journo

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    I have a Fitbit Blaze (which I normally love), I started to wear it to sleep in until I got friends start to have a go at me because my average sleep was around 1.1hrs... Then I stopped.
     
  13. Buckeye Jake

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    24/7 taken off only to shower . But my grandfather and uncle were watchmakers . A tissot ballade automatic for the last 18 years .



    Jake
     
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    When I wore a Fitbit I kept it on it while sleeping, because I got something out of it. Now that I'm wearing a real watch again, I don't see the point. It's certainly not more comfortable. :)
     
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  15. Medic1

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    Sleep with my watch sometimes. I am a light (miserable) sleeper. I really like my well illuminated Luminox. My wife wears her Luminox 24-7.
     
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    yes when i wake up suddenly i like to know the time incase its just time to get up anyways.
     
  18. Begungrain7

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    I take mine off at night but i cant wear it to work either so it just gets worn on the weekends
     
  19. thegrouch314

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    Always. My watch never comes off. It's fully waterproof so I wear it in the shower too.

    I hate the feeling of being without a watch. I had surgery recently and the first thing I asked for when I got out was my watch. The anaesthesia knocked my internal clock out.

    The only time I don't sleep in it is when I'm sharing a bed with a certain friend. He has paranoid schizophrenia and the ticking can set him off. It gets left in my pack in the other room as a preventative measure. My phone goes under the pillow though.
     
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  20. gstrand

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    Yep. I get up way earlier than the Mrs, and I used to wear a Mudmaster for the multiple alarms until I got my Suuntos. My Traverse Alpha has a silent alarm mode that vibrates only, and a red backlight. It’s great for just about everything.

    Recently got an Apple Watch 3, and now with the sleep metrics and other bells and whistles, I wear that one more than the Suunto at night.


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