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    I don't, not seen many people who do. Mobile phones have taken over for time telling. :confused:
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    I do
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      I do sometimes.
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      I dooooo! I had this watch for like 4 years now!
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      I prefer using a watch because if I just have my phone and it dies I'm pretty much screwed. However I haven't worn it lately because I've lost those thingies that hold the strap in place :cry:
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      Yeah, I have ever since I could tell the time.

      Inb4 so not very long then.
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      I do
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      Yes. A citizen eco drive. I've trier to get it atomically correct like phones are
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      I wear it 24/7. I put it on when I get it. I don't take it off till it breaks. I wear whilst sleeping, bathing n'all.
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      (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
      Yeah, I have ever since I could tell the time.

      Inb4 so not very long then.
      Sooo for a short time then

      You didn't say I couldn't say that!
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      (Original post by 8472)
      I wear it 24/7. I put it on when I get it. I don't take it off till it breaks. I wear whilst sleeping, bathing n'all.
      Mines water resistant yadda yadda but I still take it.off when showering. I guess its a force of habit
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      Only when I go out. Really on my wrist they just annoy me now. Mine is top notch and cost £4.99. Well to be exact it was free in a magazine that cost that much. Its really cool too.
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      (Original post by SMEGGGY)
      I don't, not seen many people who do. Mobile phones have taken over for time telling. :confused:
      You're right but recently I've realised the annoyance of having a large phone. Every time I want to check the time I have to get it out of my small jeans pockets, and I'm a girl so for some reasons our skinny jeans pockets are pretty small. So my phone is tight in there and a hassle to get out. So that's why I wear a watch now, also I'm gonna be starting work soon where I won't be allowed to use my phone every now and then to check the time.

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      yes I do
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      When I'm not having to abide by mandatory health and safety regulations, yes. I don't carry a phone on me as it ruins my suit lines, plus I love my mechanical wristwatch.
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      This.
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      Yes, night and day. Emotionally attached to it.
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      I do, and I wear it on my right wrist.
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      I do, got another one which is very spacey from my uncle.

      I usually forget though, but I do wear them on special occasions.

      Dad said I could have his Rolex after I finished my A levels but it's too big for me to wear, plus it's more like an investment than anything else

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      Usually only when I wear a suit.
     
     
     
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