I just realized that being at home....

Feb 23, 2021,06:16 AM
 

We can do the Nick Hayek thing with multiple watches and the only people to witness it would be those who already think we’re mad anyway and have accepted that

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Has working from home changed your watch wearing habits?

 
 By: rnaden : February 22nd, 2021-23:59
Working at home for what would be a full year in the next two weeks due to covid 19 changes. Sometimes I like it and sometimes I just miss having colleagues around for the chats, debates and coffee breaks. I’ve found myself going from one watch a week whe...

Wear what you like! Perfect!

 
 By: rnaden : February 23rd, 2021-06:13
A good philosophy to operate by

The main difference is that I often change watches throughout the day.

 
 By: BuffaloWatch : February 23rd, 2021-00:11
It relieves the monotony of being home for 11+ Months. Being surrounded by my watches while being in the house all day long has certainly made me more interested in all of them

I just realized that being at home....

 
 By: rnaden : February 23rd, 2021-06:16
We can do the Nick Hayek thing with multiple watches and the only people to witness it would be those who already think we’re mad anyway and have accepted that

i idnt change anything, my rotation is similar, one watch per week

 
 By: Mohannad (aka Riddler) : February 23rd, 2021-00:16

Yes...quite shockingly...

 
 By: Esharp : February 23rd, 2021-01:08
I found myself wearing a watch much less frequently when working from home. When I’m in the office I’m wearing a watch but now on weekends and when wfh, I’m as likely to be bare-wristed. I guess it’s my new normal? Best E.

You mean you’re leaving the Finnissimo alone?

 
 By: rnaden : February 23rd, 2021-06:14
I still need a watch on my wrist, whether at home or going about, just that I don’t care too much about swapping watches at home. Can’t put my finger on the reasons though.

It’s weird...

 
 By: Esharp : February 23rd, 2021-07:08
As soon as I strap something on I’m happy. But at gone I just don’t. Might have something to do with the introduction of two kittens to the family. Or maybe it’s just me being lazy. I can say this working from home malarkey may be convenient but I still f...

Same for me

 
 By: logan2z : February 23rd, 2021-10:53
I have not worn a watch nearly as often as I did pre-Covid. I'm not exactly sure why. And when I do wear one it's usually one of the least expensive ones in the box.

Interesting

 
 By: rnaden : February 23rd, 2021-20:10
What causes the gravitational pull to those watches, if you don’t mind me asking?

Here's the reason

 
 By: logan2z : February 24th, 2021-07:38
Since I'm home, I'm spending a lot more time with my dog - a very active Dutch Shepherd with a habit of jumping on me. So I'm trying to avoid damage to the more costly pieces

I ended up switching watch more often then before (different watch everyday).

 
 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : February 23rd, 2021-03:31

Must admit: yes

 
 By: Jurry : February 23rd, 2021-13:05
Wearing my classic dress watches less and wear sports more