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    Mechanical vs digital

    The advantages of being mechanical :)

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    Re: Mechanical vs digital

    1 of many advantages ;)

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    Re: Mechanical vs digital

    I really like your little smiley and frowny face under each watch.......well, under the Rolex and under the wrist computer.
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    Re: Mechanical vs digital



    The advantage of being digital.
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    Plenty of room in my life for both.
    Mechanical & Digital both have their positives & negatives.
    I've seen this comparison over on the G-Shock forum, it didn't end well...
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    Re: Mechanical vs digital

    Quote Originally Posted by HiggsBoson View Post
    Plenty of room in my life for both.
    Mechanical & Digital both have their positives & negatives.
    I've seen this comparison over on the G-Shock forum, it didn't end well...
    I agree wholeheartedly. There is room for both. Most of my watches are actually mechanical, but I do like a bit of balance in threads :)
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    Best to diversify. ;) I've taken my mechanical when my solar Citizen needed a top-up in the middle of winter, and I've taken the Citizen when the mechanical I chose that morning wouldn't run and I needed to head out the door. And I've worn either of them when my AW was charging in the evening.

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    I think I have a good balance, for me, in Rolexes. Three mechanical and two oyster quartz.


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    Rolex on the left, Fitbit on the right. I'm always ready for action.
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    Re: Mechanical vs digital

    My smartwatch will run a hell of a lot longer than my Rolex (or any other mechanical watch) without a "charge" ie plug in, or wind, or movement.... (my mechanical watches spend more time sitting than on my wrist).
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