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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

    73 vote(s)
    44.0%
  3. Maybe,Wouldn't you like to know?

    3 vote(s)
    1.8%
  4. Sleeping Whats Sleeping?

    6 vote(s)
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  1. Sentinel-14

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    I do not wear a watch in bed, or even at home. As soon as I get home from work my watch goes back on the nightstand next to my alarm clock, and I get through the rest of the night looking at the various clocks around the house if need be. If I ever wake up in the middle of the night and need to know the time, I just roll over and look at my alarm clock: if it's not on then obviously the power's out and I grab my phone instead.
     
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  2. SwampDonkey

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    I could not say it any better aside from I use the smart phone at home if I need precise time since it's usually near but not "on" me per se'.
     
  3. Darth_Revan

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    Yes, always. I just take it off in shower and often I clean it while doing it. Or when I want to give my wrist a break. Either way, it will be back on my wrist briefly.
     
  4. faca

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    ALWAYS on ; bed, swimmingpool, shower, sauna, gym, disco, mountain river , garden bbq .
    It's like my there till the end comes

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  5. EZDog

    EZDog EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Disco?
     
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  6. EMarkM

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    I almost always have one of my watches on. The main time I don't is when I'm in the shower.

    I keep trying to do without, and cope with just my phone and the various other clocks/devices in my home and surroundings, but it is just TOO convenient to take a quick glance at my wrist.

    I love watches...and part of me wishes I didn't I suppose! :D
     
  7. faca

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    Music festival

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  8. Bauzen

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    If I wake up in the middle of the night or early in the morning, I often check my wrist for the time. If/when I wake up without a watch on my wrist, I panic it thinking it was lost or stolen.


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  10. Mark Cassian

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    Always.

    Since serving in the US Army in the '70's, I have rarely been without one. Every watch in my collection gets regular wear. I rotate through several watches every day. I have all movement types, auto, quartz, manual wind. Even though most of my watches are water resistant to more than 100M and I frequently swim with them, I never wear a watch into the shower. After showering, I put on a watch before any other item. If I am without a watch, I find myself looking at my left wrist multiple times a minute until I replace it. I am not a fanatic nor am I frightened by the prospect of not having a watch secured to my wrist, but simply uncomfortable. I now carry several spares so I am never again forced to race to the nearest Walmart for another Casio F91W.

    Obsessive? Compulsive? Psycho? Decide for yourself. Regardless, there is a stipulation in my last testament that, upon my repose, a quartz watch with fresh battery is to be properly affixed to my left wrist before burial.
     
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