Hi folks. I've been wearing a 46mm watch that weighs ~200g (almost half a pound!). While I love the look of the watch (got nothing against the clown look; I get why big watches could look good), I think lack of comfort might be the uultimate and eventual downfall of the big watch trend. I size my watches a bit loose so as to prevent my hand going numb when my wrist expands. That means the watch could shift around length-wise. I find that the heavier a watch is, the more likely the watch will slip down to my wrist when my arm is in the vertical/down position. When that happens, I can't flex my wrist back and forth without being restricted by the watch. (Not that I need to flex my wrist regularly when I have my arm down, but the resrestricted feeling doesn't feel good.) What makes it worse with big watches is that the heavy weight makes the watch dig into my hand, and the large diameter of the case, large width of the bracelet, and big crown ensure maximum movement restriction and digging into the hand respectively, while a 36mm light weight watch with smaller everything does less of all those things. Lesson learned. If comfort is king as someone else mentioned in another thread, big/heavy watches can't last, unless they could be made light weight and have expansion spring on bracelet to allow snug fit on the arm without the watch falling down to the wrist.