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View Poll Results: my question is:do you like wearing your watch during the sleep-time?

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  • no

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  1. #1

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    Laughing watch-sleep

    my poll is about watch wearing during nightsleep!!!my question is:do you like wearing your watch during the sleep?

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    Re: watch-sleep

    i always wear my watch!it is one with me!and i have never cause a damage to a watch during the sleep!!!

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    Re: watch-sleep

    Hello,

    No... it only happens when I am to drunk to take it off. :-D

    Kind regards Philipp

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    Re: watch-sleep

    to tell you the truth i don't hav a very expensive watch,so i don't mind!if i had a more expensive watch.....:-S

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    Re: watch-sleep

    Hello,
    Quote Originally Posted by mtsagk
    to tell you the truth i don't hav a very expensive watch,so i don't mind!if i had a more expensive watch.....:-S
    What could happen to your watch during your sleep (as long as you are no sleepwalker )? My only fear would be to hurt my girlfriend or myself with the watch while sleeping.

    Kind regards Philipp

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    Re: watch-sleep

    Quote Originally Posted by philipp
    Hello,

    What could happen to your watch during your sleep (as long as you are no sleepwalker )? My only fear would be to hurt my girlfriend or myself with the watch while sleeping.

    Kind regards Philipp
    i wear my watch because i'm not a sleepwalker and i don't have a girlfriend!!!:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D

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    Re: watch-sleep

    Quote Originally Posted by mtsagk
    i wear my watch because i'm not a sleepwalker and i don't have a girlfriend!!!:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D
    :-D

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    Re: watch-sleep

    I always take off my watch just before bedtime. the watch constrict blood blow to my hands. Secondly, it might get scratch if my hand hit the bedpost or night table. MOst people remove their watch during sleep at home unless the person is serving millitary duties in the field.

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    Re: watch-sleep

    I wear a Poljot Signal to bed most nights. The lume lasts all night and the mechanical alarm is usually loud enough to wake me without disturbing Mrs Chascomm.

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    Re: watch-sleep

    I prefer to take my watches off at night. Sometimes my arms can flail and I don't want to take my wife out..lol. All that rolling around sometimes.
    ToddH

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