Last edited by adnjoo; 4 Weeks Ago at 10:37.
Rolex OP 39mm- Blue dial
FPJ Chrono Bleu 💙
Ω Moon Watch Hesalite 3570.50
I wear two. The apple is on my right wrist and the "real" watch of the day is on the left.
Very few have even noticed and I'm always in short sleeves. IMO most people are absolutely clueless when it comes to noticing much of anything. Those that do notice usually ask about the apple "because they're thinking of getting one".
As for what others think....I could care less. That crap went out when I left high school.
I never have a thought of using 2 watches. I'll stick with 1 conventional watches at a time...
But those 2 watches on one go might become a trend though... I think fitbit style would be better because looks more like a bracellet than a watch.
I wear one of my automatics on my left and the Apple Watch on my right. When asked, I tell people I just can't give up my mechanical watches.
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I end up using my fitbit as a watch during the work week. It's super light and comfortable plus I like the fact that I can see my texts on my wrist without having to reach for my phone... On the weekends I usually wear one of my Tags or Omega watch
I wear my Apple watch on the right wrist and my mechanical on the left. No one has noticed at all. I find the AW useful as a fitness tracker. Quick glance time and date, the mechanical. I've switched off the "activate on wrist raise" on the AW to save battery life.
Welcome to the Apple watch forum.
Being watch aware I typically observe what watch a person is wearing.
I don't say anything about it. I suppose that is the same as not noticing.
hearing that I'm not the only one to struggle with this is reassuring. Ive been contemplating getting an AW for awhile. I guess Im more afraid that I won't want to wear my mechanical pieces, but I doubt that will ever happen. Ive asked my gf if it would look weird to wear two, she says yes, but I don't think she really gets it