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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Yes, any wrist watch that gets my wrist time during the day also gets it when i go to bed.

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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Nope.

    I never wear a watch to bed.
    If i need the time,, a Sony alarm clock radio is at my bedside with 3 dim settings.
    I need a nominal alarm sound to wake me.
    A watch alarm under my pillow or blanket will not wake me.

    If I wore a watch to bed, the action of reading my wrist watch while half asleep would take more effort.
    Remember, Im half asleep?
    My hands may be under the blanket or pillow.
    A simple glance at the alarm clock radio is most simple and fast.
    Especially on those half asleep moments.

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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Every night for 50 years...
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Whatever I have on during the day, stays on for sleep...unless it has a pearl. I've knocked one off and don't want to do that again. When else can you enjoy the lume?

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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Yes my watch is on my wrist when I am sleeping too

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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Only when I'm somewhere other than home, and then I usually take it off and keep it close. If my hotel is really sketch, I'll keep it on.
    Hack a wife's watch, keep her happy for a week, teach her to hack her own watch, keep her happy for life!
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    What's the positional variation on a pendulum clock?
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Yes, I’m a lume junkie
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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Quote Originally Posted by skelywag View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by timefleas View Post
    This has been covered a lot here in the Public Forum, and based on earlier responses, about 1/3 of the folks here wear their watches pretty much all the time, day and night, excluding showers and other things--I'm part of that group--not necessarily because I need to know the time, but it's easier--adhering to one my basic principles in life--the principle of least effort.
    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?
    I dislike exploring posts that started months/years ago or that have page after page of replies. It feels weird to continue a conversation with people who don't exist anymore or where there's a big jump in time without a good reason (the OP updating something that takes a long time, say a service or round trip to Russia). I find it awkward to expound on something people don't care about anymore. I also don't like to wade thru pages of comments as I find it a rabbit hole.

    But that's just me.
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    Hack a wife's watch, keep her happy for a week, teach her to hack her own watch, keep her happy for life!
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    What's the positional variation on a pendulum clock?
    Be annoying. The world needs more noyings.

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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    Nope, never have. Power to you all who do... makes me feel a little claustrophobic thinking about it.

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    Re: Anyone else wear a watch to bed?

    I like that version of that watch,




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