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One an Omega analogue watch which stopped keeping the correct time and I really do need to get into the jewellers to be cleaned and repaired. I've had it for over 40 years but it's been put in it's box and put somewhere safe, one day I might find it.
My main watch...
Sounds like an old respectable timepiece.
Futile because they duplicate the functionality of smartphones, but the users still need a smartphone for the complete functionality.
Does this mean you have a small collection of watches? Yo, we have a winner!
My main need for a watch stems from near-daily bicycling and catching trains. (Both activities have had long pauses though in this Year of the Covid.)
In any case, I do like the idea of E Ink. It's just a slightly more capable alternative to the LCD display on the aforementioned Casio watch.
A traditional battery-powered watch does what, a year, two?
Post-apocalyptic as in exploded/caseless? For me, one of the reasons to have a watch is to have something more weatherproof than the usual smartphone.
Step counters would be great, if they counted something on bicycle too.
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