Oddly, many people in my surroundings claim to not have any hobbies at all. Most of them are content with - if family allows - a bit of reading or watching TV, and maybe a little exercise, before it's back to the salt mines. None would claim those as a true hobby they're super enthusiastic about, though.
I manage to find the time to enjoy three: besides watches (which take up the least time and space), it's vintage motorcycles, and making music. Sure, many before came and went - cooking, DJing, comics, building little plastic warplanes as a kid ... but let's focus on how many hobbies currently take your precious spare time away from your beloved tickers.
Feel free to share yours in the comments!
When I’m not busy with the family or work then I’d unwind with football (watching mostly these days), skating, video-games and manga (I’m a bit of a geek).
In addition to my never ending hunt for the ultimate cheapo wrist candy I play tenor guitar, read and play video games.
In addition to watches, I ride and repair bikes, and play guitar (used to collect guitar and effects pedals too, but sold most my collection to fund my watch-buying habit haha).
I collect and play electric guitars, I exercise, I do a bit of gaming, I restore vintage tractors, I shoot, I do a bit of model making and I act (semi professionally).
I work from home & occasionally in office where I can enjoy my time pieces & share the hobby with friends regularly. But I needed something to get me out of the house. I was into RC vehicles growing up & figured that the most expensive models are just scratching the surface of what watches cost, might as well get something exciting.
So yes, I have other hobbies.
Used to be a 250 gallon African Cichlid tank. Then after the tank failure only reading and watches.
Now is man jewelry again since 11/2022, reading and watches.
Kids gave me a drone for Xmas 2022 and I bought an indoor mini-drone in January. Plan to buy a DJI Mini Pro 3 later this year maybe.