I'm curious? Do you prefer analog? Digital? No watch? Any specific brands or features you wouldn't wear a watch without?
Good luck with that. My life is simple. I have a wristwatch that tells time (and date). I have a cell phone that makes phone calls. It doesn't take pictures or any other fancy stuff. In my experience, simple devices tend to last a long while and give good service. I'd still be carrying my old pocket watch if It hadn't crapped out after about 10 years of service. I think it cost me a buck or two at the local corner store. I think it was a Scotty by Westclox. Worth every penny, though it probably succumbed to being carried in a sweaty, linty pocket for a decade.There was also the hope of being linked to the ultimate wristwatch that solves differential equations for you...
I have a very old fashioned cell phone it makes calls and tells time.They can be seen as redundant, two timepieces and all, but I think lots of things are redundant in nature. A heart ticks and the mind can tell you seconds, and I sure wouldn't want one hand counting faster than the other, say chopping fruit or something. I guess it's a matter of where you want to check it and what it brings up mentally. Phones are stressful, and I'd rather look at something simple, or do without.
I have a very old fashioned cell phone it makes calls and tells time.
I disconnected my landline and DSl and saved $100 a month, until recently, my cell phone was free (my company paid it) now I get it at a discounted rate, so I'm still saving a fortune, but I have children that have insisted that I have a phone so that they can make sure I am alive.I haven't had a cell phone or land-line for a few months now, and I don't think I'll be getting a smart phone when I do have one again. I don't mind me not being able to call to talk and ask people for something, but sometimes they get irate with me when they can't call either!