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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    If I do, I make sure it's magnetized and runs fast. That way I can brag to my wife.
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    I'll be blunt - I only take mine off for sex. Mrs. Dan T's hair is curly, and prone to snagging on the buckle or whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan T. View Post
    I'll be blunt - I only take mine off for sex. Mrs. Dan T's hair is curly, and prone to snagging on the buckle or whatever.
    Plus you wouldn't want to be tempted to run the chronograph function.
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Actium View Post
    It's a constant debate, whether to post a new thread or to resurrect an old one. Personally I prefer the organic nature of starting a fresh conversation rather than standing on the shoulders of prior sentiments. There's nothing wrong with either approach, though.

    In any event, this one is different than the other 10, at least to a point. It's different people sharing similar thoughts. There are probably even posts in the previous threads lamenting the failure of OP to run a search. Our lives and our experiences are all essentially variations on a theme.
    On most forums there are certain generic conversations that are repeated. When they happen there is usually at least one person who rails on about using the search. These same people will also make snide comments about "necro-threads" if one is brought back from a date they consider too far in the past. They rarely contribute anything of use to the topic either now or then. They are simply another iteration of grumpy old men yelling at clouds.

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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    I wear my G Shock to sleep so I can check what little sleep I’ve had when my 3 month old cries for a feed lol..

    We used to have a wall clock but the constant ticking drove my wife mad so out it went
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    I'll only wear a beater watch to sleep if I'm camping/backpacking. The lume or backlight is more discrete & less blinding than my phone, and the alarm feature is nice.

    It's more comfortable not wearing a watch IMO, so I usually take it off when I get home. I'm also a lot less careful at home, so even my beaters would end up looking a lot worse if I kept them on all the time. My detachable computer keyboard is also magnetic, so if I were in the habit of keeping my watches on I'm sure I would have accidentally magnetized a few of them by now.

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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    I live alone and I like to wear the least clothes possible when I'm inside my place, and that includes taking my watch off almost immediately when I come home. So there is zero chance that I would be sleeping with something on my wrist that would make me feel like I was wearing something extra to sleep.
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Quote Originally Posted by skelywag View Post
    I was thinking the same thing so I used that very useful tool in the top right corner of the screen called a search bar. There are only 10 other threads about wearing your watch to bed. But this one is probably different right?
    It is because I've never responded to another one!
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Actium View Post
    It's a constant debate, whether to post a new thread or to resurrect an old one. Personally I prefer the organic nature of starting a fresh conversation rather than standing on the shoulders of prior sentiments. There's nothing wrong with either approach, though.

    In any event, this one is different than the other 10, at least to a point. It's different people sharing similar thoughts. There are probably even posts in the previous threads lamenting the failure of OP to run a search. Our lives and our experiences are all essentially variations on a theme.
    Feel free to start a new thread whenever you want. Don't let the pet peevers say any different!
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Quote Originally Posted by lorsban View Post
    I wear my Fitbit to bed so I can track sleep.

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    I do the same. It also doubles as a clock that I can see in the dark as my eyes aren’t so good without glasses.


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