I almost never take it off. Nearly every job I've ever had involved constant time expectations so having a fast way to monitor time was essential, and pulling my cell out to check the time is just too cumbersome.bh49 wrote:Guys,
Do you really wear watches every day?
I stopped wearing more than ten years ago. My last watch died and I didn't feel spending money on something, which I do not need.
I just knew that one of you would have a "ROLEX" They are one cool watch as are many other SWISS made watches are truly made by mastercraftsmen. ROLEX and Spyderco just seem like they would go very well together>> quality along with qualityAlmoe66 wrote:
That Rolex is actually 25 years old and has only been in once for a spa treatment. I inherited it 8 years ago, so it is indeed cherished. The band has stretched a bit over the years,but other than that, it has been a work horse.JD Spydo wrote: I just knew that one of you would have a "ROLEX" They are one cool watch as are many other SWISS made watches are truly made by mastercraftsmen. ROLEX and Spyderco just seem like they would go very well together>> quality along with quality
However I tend to be a bit more practical in the watch category>> I also love the Casio Chronograph type watches like the one Brother displayed. If I lost or got stolen or destroyed something like a ROLEX I would probably cry for month >> it literally still pains my soul thinking about the G-10 Harpy I lost over 2 years ago. But I got to admit that the two brands i.e. Spyderco & ROLEX do look great together.
I don't know who makes Oakley's watches but they are some nice looking gear as well. But most of those SWISS made watches are truly classy and in a league of their own.