I really don't mind.
I dont wear a watch and the clock next to my bed is digital.
I see a lot of analogue watches in the shop I volunteer in, and they are really nice, however as I do not wear a watch I have no preference.
Everything is digital nowadays though even though I believe watches are still available as analogue.
I choose analogue. I relate better to analogue than digital watches and there are some pretty ones around.I have a butterfly watch I love. I have several watches, all analogue. I rarely wear a bracelet but I wear a watch whenever I go out. I use public transport and am frequently checking the time so I don't miss the train or bus. It is easier for me to glance at my wrist than get my mobile out of my bag. I don't walk around holding my mobile.
Same as me, Marie. I've never wanted a digital watch, & I have 26 or 27 analogue Swatch watches. us Swatch watch owners can now get all our batteries for free from a Swatch shop. I have now saved $210, & I have another 7 to take back to the swatch shop for mew batteries, next time I'm in the city. I have to wear my watches on my right wrist, as I wear a LOT of bracelets on my left wrist, (which match the floral dresses I always wear,) as they don't fit over my right hand! Also my mobile is usually in my handbag. I love my Swatches! neither of our daughters wear watches.
As much as everything in my life is digital ... for some reason I only wear an analogue watch. My watch is an extension of the jewellery I wear, so for me its all about aesthetics as opposed to one being better than the other. So in short - analogue watch for me!
I like wearing a watch and I like both the analogue and the digitals. Do you know many younger people cannot read an analogue watch! Yes the phone displays the time but as I am not one to hold the mobile in my hand constantly, I find it far more convenient to look at the wrist.
I've three analogue watches I rotate with whatever I'm wearing. Two have large faces and have top quality crystals around the face, the other has a smaller face. I definitely prefer the analogue to digital but have noticed that my grandchildren have been brought up in the digital era and hesitate to read the time correctly with analogue
I always liked the look of analogue watches, and I used to wear a mechanical one (the kind you have to wind every day) because I hated having to replace batteries. However, now I usually wear a Fitbit which acts as my watch as well as pedometer etc. It's not as pretty but much more durable (no moving parts to break, and waterproof).
Ok, This question has turned up again. Last week I took 10 Swatches to the Swatch shop in Sydney's CBD, & got the flat batteries exchanged for new ones, all for free! So I've now saved $260, so I've now saved enough for 2/3 new ones, but I now only want 1 very plain white one now, & I'd like to sell all my patterned ones! But this answer of mine, has absolutely nothing to do with this question, Sorry.
Definitely analogue to wear, but have a digital clock-radio next to the bed - I like to be able to see what time it is without having to turn on the light when it's dark. My watch is the first thing I put on in the morning and the last thing I take off at night. Feel totally naked without it.