I use to have a few when I was younger but now I only have one that my dad gave me for my university graduation. It's the nicest watch I have ever owned and it means a lot to me. If I lost it, I would be extremely upset
Have always disliked being regulated by time. Now there's a clock in the car, the computer, the digital alarm clock in the bedroom, the mobile phone, the oven, the microwave, the dvd player ad infinitum, so who needs a watch lol. All great when there's a power failure, so many times to adjust.
I have 3 old ones that donít work, & then I saw my 1st (of 5) Swatch POP watches, & I was hooked on Swatch, & have kept on buying them over the years, & now have 28-30, but I canít find 2 of them, 2 others canít be repaired,while 2 are waiting for new batteries, which Swatch now change, free of change, when the Swatch ĎDrí comes to the Swatch stores, for 6/7 days, twice a year. the 1st time I needed 8 new batteries, the 2nd time, only 2. I keep my Swatches in an used washer bag, so theyíre not collecting dust.