I was used to doing that with my Apple series 4 watch, It was really comfortable.
Wear a watch pretty much 24/7. Im actually an awful sleeper, so wake up all the time. I find it helpful to check the time, like until i have to get up for work, etc.
Ive also had pretty erratic schedules for a while, like the service, I work nights now, have to adjust my schedule around wife and kids schools and schedule.
Im also terrible about sleeping when I get too cold. Makes it super hard for me to fall asleep and when I do I keep waking up all the time.
Ive woken up so disoriented that I cant even keep the AM PM straight. Like I've passed out early in the evening from having been up pre-dawn. Then I'll check my watch, see like 10:00 and get up in a panic and start getting dressed. Then I realize its actually 22:00
Now still working nights, and having rotating days off, ive started wearing a second watch if the one on my left wrist doesnt tell the day of the week. I add a digital, my Casio pathfinder with a back light and day of the week.
Omega Breitling TAG Heuer
Seiko Citizen G-Shock
Good lord, no. For those that do, doesn't your skin begin to get some kind of weird indentation or mold or whatever? Not to mention the micro scratches you're getting from cloth or maybe an unexpected headboard ding?
I used to all the time until I had to pay Michael Young and ship my jubilee bracelet to Hong Kong to get fixed. Sleeping with a watch on definitely stretches the bracelet more
I wear this one , because its big and easy to read the time, and it has an awesome lume.
I wear a square G-Shock to bed so I can check the time without checking my phone. Far too often I'll check my phone and have a compelling text or worse, a work email, and then I'm riled up at 2:30 AM.
Sometimes I forget that I have it on and get into bed with it but always take it off before going to sleep.
Only when backcountry backpacking or camping. Otherwise, no.
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