Night time watches?

Does anyone wear their watches to sleep? If so, do you have a favorite? The Seiko 5 on jubilee is mine due to the comfortable bracelet and the sheer amount of lume. 

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I tend to wear my Navigator to bed, it's one of my most comfortable watches, and the tritium is amazing. 

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KristianG

I tend to wear my Navigator to bed, it's one of my most comfortable watches, and the tritium is amazing. 

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I've always been curious about tritium lume. I hear stories of the tubes coming off but I WANT THAT ALL NIGHT ALL THE TIME LUME!

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Gasanche

I've always been curious about tritium lume. I hear stories of the tubes coming off but I WANT THAT ALL NIGHT ALL THE TIME LUME!

I think the best way to ensure you have no issues with tubes falling off the dial is to buy from an established brand like Marathon, or Ball. 

The tritium is awesome, I also have a GSAR, but it's not quite as comfortable for sleeping with because of the thickness. 

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I always wear a plastic Casio W-86 when I go to bed because I often need to get up for a pee in the middle of the night and need to know what time it is.

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Look what I'm wearing. Have it on a Detomaso full grain leather strap.  

I thought about sleeping with my watch  but didn't want to accidentally bang up any of the wood furniture. Wife puts up with my watches and don't need to mark up the bed head board.

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Cheers!

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My regular watches go to bed in their beds. 

I go to bed with my fitness tracker. 

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Same as @UnholiestJedi , my watches tend to sleep in the box and I usually wear my old Polar M400 when I go to bed to track my sleep.

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I like to sleep without anything on my wrist, so I usually take my watch off before bed. The only time my watches stay on my wrist while I'm sleeping is when I've had a few too many and forget to take it off.

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Love to stir up the hornet's nest. Hehe

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Since i got this bad boy its my bed time watch. It's quite big but very lightweight and it has amazing back light and of course the vibration alarm.

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Might have to start wearing my Seiko 5 (SRPD61) to sleep 🍻

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I never thought of NOT wearing my watch when I go to sleep and I don't have a pajama watch because it's the same watch that I wore during the day.

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I generally wear a watch while sleeping. I choose ones with good lume (Citizen or Seiko divers) or tritium so that I can tell the time overnight.

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I alternate between my Easy-Reader and Griffy for apparent reasons of grandiose night-time viewing capabilities. 

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why would i need a watch when i could have a comfortitty?