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Who changes watches throughout the day?

Discussion in 'Watches' started by demPho, Sep 6, 2021.

  1. demPho

    demPho Loaded Pockets

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    I know I’m not alone. I know a lot of us also change flashlights, knives, etc throughout the day so why would watches be any different?

    Today was a two G Shock day. Started out with the GWM5610-1 on the tractor and ending it with the GSTB100D-1A for grocery shopping with the family.

    What was your two-a-day and why?

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  2. karlito

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    I'll often swap out my quartz beater when I get home and put on my tritium auto to keep it running (the trit tubes are so very nice in the evening)
     
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  3. demPho

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    I’ve been swapping out for autos as well! I tend to agree on tritium but the wife certainly does not lol! She still doesn’t “get it.” But she’s also the one that puts electrical tape over power indicator lights on various appliances in the room lol.


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  4. michaelh73

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    On weekends I sometimes switch between my GW-M5610,and my G-Shock Rangeman.

    (Leaving my Rangeman in the bathroom,with the light on..so that it'll charge).
     
  5. Sentinel-14

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    I do not. The only way I would change my watch is if the occasion warranted it. For example, if I were going out somewhere nice after work and needed to put on a nicer watch to go with the nicer clothing. Or vice-versa, if I were going somewhere more casual on a Sunday afternoon after having been to church. I dont wear my M5610 to church, or weddings, or anywhere "nice", and likewise do not wear my autos anywhere where they might get beaten up. My M5610 is my beater/work watch, my Pogue and Sharkey are my casual watches, and my Seiko 5 is my 'fancy' watch. If Im really in the mood, I'll wear my antique Waltham to fancy affairs, but at nearly 100 years old I dont wear it much for fear of damage.