Well, now that they have laid claim to the thinnest watch, we can celebrate my original 2005 round Nixie watch as the thickest wristwatch in production.
Yes, the one worn by the Woz, whose aesthetic sensibilities may be a bit different from Ferrari’s.
All of us trogladites who got into the habit before these newfangled cordless phones, bank roadsigns, pocket calculators and (any day now) brain implants started telling you what time it is whether you wanted to know or not
One thing that I learned within months of getting my first Apple Watch was that I had to pare down the notifications and not look at the watch immediately when things come in, as people started asking if I was in a rush to go somewhere or if they were boring me since I kept looking at my watch like a total dick in random situations. ^___^
@leidentech Mine is beginning to be a bit like Trigger’s Broom, given the number of new batteries and straps it has had and the fact I had two of them and when one gave up I swapped its new strap to the other body.
I used to wear a cheap Casio in middle/high school, and when it broke i just never replaced it. I bought myself some nice watches a few years ago, i have about 4 of them, and i very very rarely wear them. I love the watches and they look nice, but i am not the kind of person that accessorizes and prioritize comfort over everything else. I do wish to be more stylish so it’s definitely something i have to put effort into, so hopefully some day i’ll be more comfortable wearing watches again.