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Do You Wear A Watch ?

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Theland | 16:29 Sat 16th Jan 2021 | Society & Culture
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Given that you can tell the time from your phone, I pad, cooker, fridge and TV etc do you really need one, if so why?

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It fascinates me that Theland thinks that some of us take our cookers and fridges out with us. TTT takes a kettle but they're not inconveniently big.
17:11 Sat 16th Jan 2021
I used to wear a fitbit but I kept on putting it on too tight so now I rely on my phone and kindle and tv to tell the time.
I wore my watch for the first time in two years this afternoon because I was boiling eggs and wanted to time them to the second. It felt most uncomfortable. Previously I would have felt incompletely dressed without it.
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Interesting posts.
''Moving in certain circles,'' was very interesting, how appearance is important to success sometimes.
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I think so.
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My first watch was a Timex, later the Casio, then my last one a Seconds for my 21st.
Not owned or wore one for decades.
Thank you all.
Btw i just remembered. A close friend of mine wears a sun dial watch. Its a weird looking thing.

I have a 30+ year old Breitling Navitimer, blak 24 hour face and good as new.
I wear a watch because I don't go down the road with my face glued to a phone, or other internet device.
Always.
Hardly ever...i worked in a remote part of Africa, and time didn't really mean as much as it seems to here, and I managed fine. I only wear one for special occasions.

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