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So I take my watch off when I run or when I am at the Gym. But I can’t always see the clock. If I am on the treadmill I can time easily but sometimes I am doing circuit.
Do any of you wear a watch when you exercise? Yesterday, I was wearing my Titanium dive beast (orient) and was wondering what my sweat was doing to it. I know that if you wear stainless, it can rust and spot.
I was thinking a good rugged cheap dive watch from one of the Japanese companies would be a good choice? Silicon and ceramic dont rust. PVD would help protect stainless..
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What's exercising?
 

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i wear mine 24/7 showering, exercising,digging holes ,or even doing the wild thing . Safe queens are a waist of time , there just watches , buy one that does the job
I agree but if I am going to beat one up and I know there is a good possibility of it happening (like down hill mt biking) Ill go for $110, 80g watch over a 210g ss $2K watch.

When you mess up doing this its going to hurt and there is a damn good chance the watch will get it.

 

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Lol. I wear a watch all day except for showering or knowing in going to submerge my hand in liquid other than water. I have my $10-$22 digital watches to handle that crap. Even working out here offshore on oil platforms, I wear my fitbit surge. We're changing out a generator this week. No big deal. Watch is still on. For home, have certain watches that I'll wear when I know I'm getting rough. The timex is the only watch with hands that I'll wear for that. Other than that... You guessed it. My cheapie digitals.
 

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