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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    Yes I do, I use my watch for work and that's why.
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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    One of the primary reasons I bought a radio controlled watch that syncs daily. Time drift, having to roll through 30 days to set the date back one day, or having the wrong date for a week or so because I forgot to change it. A recurring and unnecessary annoyance. And I only wear one watch. Multiples would be that many X worse.

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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    It's a hassle and it makes you think about increasing your collection for sure. I have about 30 watches and many of them are autos and I only have a 6 watch winder. Every night I wind them up by hand! I hate seeing the wrong date (even though it doesn't matter and no one will probably notice) so I always change it. If it shows the wrong date it makes me feel like my 3k watch is worthless lol

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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    I change it. I could do without day/date actually, but since it's there, I change it. Maybe I should get an Air King or something

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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    Quote Originally Posted by dasoler View Post
    It's a hassle and it makes you think about increasing your collection for sure. I have about 30 watches and many of them are autos and I only have a 6 watch winder. Every night I wind them up by hand! I hate seeing the wrong date (even though it doesn't matter and no one will probably notice) so I always change it. If it shows the wrong date it makes me feel like my 3k watch is worthless lol
    A good way to "wind down" so to speak! And it get your eyes off a TV, phone, or tablet!

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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    I change mine if the date is off. I'm so danged OCD so I have no choice!

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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    Yes, I do and it annoys me especially on my vintage Rolex GMT that suffers from no quick set function.

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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    Yes I do. I set the time, too.

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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    I used to early on. As time goes on you form habits and I've realized that I hardly every check my watch for the date. Not sure if it was the chicken or the egg on that one though. I've come to the realization that I don't particularly like the date complication. Things we learn about ourselves in this hobby I guess.

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    Re: Do you bother changing the date on your analogue watches?

    Yes. One of the joys of owning mechanical watches.


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