Should you wear your watch to sleep

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I don't really know if you should, but I wear it. I like to be able to see the time with the lume each time I wake up . Which I do a lot being a father of two babies

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I don't really know if you should, but I wear it. I like to be able to see the time with the lume each time I wake up . Which I do a lot being a father of two babies

Honestly for me I wear a g shock to bed so I can just light it up loo

I do sometimes but depends what I鈥檓 wearing!

It's better than buying a watch winder, but no. People with ailing prostates may have a different opinion.

I have the side of bed up against wall. I'd be worried to knock it into the wall in my sleep. Wake up from a nightmare, to a real nightmare.

Yesn't.

What's the point of the lume if you don't?!

That is, quite apart from all the time we undoubtedly spend scuba diving 馃槀

I wear a Timex Expedition digital on a MN style strap to bed. The Indiglo is perfect to see the time in the middle of the night, and the elastic strap is extremely comfortable. Also the couple times I鈥檝e had to leave the house in a hurry straight out of bed it鈥檚 nice to still have a watch on your wrist.

Depends, a dress watch or one with shiney scratchable bezels then no, but a dive, field, etc. - not an issue. I change out watches of what I wear during the day might get scratched during the night by the torc (Scandavian bracelet) on my other wrist or banging my wrist on the end table, etc.

No the wrist needs a rest 馃槾