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What watch do you wear? And do you have more than one watch?

(11 Posts)
overmydeadbody Wed 14-Sep-11 16:41:27

I'm looking for a new watch, and am just curious as to what everyone else wears.

I lost my old watch, can't find it anywhere...

ravenc Wed 14-Sep-11 16:43:26

I wear a white and pink bench one for during the day. I have another one that is black with gems round the face thats my one i use for best.

overmydeadbody Wed 14-Sep-11 16:44:24

ravenc where is the black one from? It sounds nice.

ravenc Wed 14-Sep-11 16:46:03

it was out of the avon

UsingMainlySpoons Wed 14-Sep-11 16:48:12

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overmydeadbody Wed 14-Sep-11 16:50:06

love it using mainly spoons. I fancy a fun watch actually, for everyday and mucking around

UsingMainlySpoons Wed 14-Sep-11 16:55:08

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MoreCrackThanHarlem Wed 14-Sep-11 16:59:28

I have 3.
A gold bracelet style Gucci watch with big links, a white, Chanel style, chunky watch, and a plain square faced watch with a black leather strap.
Wear them all regularly.

PieMistress Wed 14-Sep-11 19:40:28

I have quite a few watches - they are one of my weaknesses!

This is my fun watch

I have a couple of Nixon watches that I love smile

marilynwhirlwind Wed 14-Sep-11 23:44:06

I have this which I asked DH for as a christmas present as I realized I needed a second hand for work, but i now wear it all the time as I really love it. Also have this which I sometimes wear on daysoff/nights out. Also have one similar tothis which I've had for about 12 years and I wear occassionally. I do like quite classic styles rather than following trends.

Clary Wed 14-Sep-11 23:55:58

I don't spend much money on watches since having one that cost £100 that I didn't really like that much and which cost £15 or so for new battery/new strap.

I now spend £5 on one from the stall in the shopping centre and when they die (usually after about 2 years) I buy another one. Just got one actually, it's fine and dandy.

Apply similar policy to sunglasses - always breaking or losing them anyway so best buy cheap. It does help that I don't feel that passionately about any watch on my wrist in general - I guess if there was one I really really loved Iwould spend ££ to have it, but for me it's all about fucntion.

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