How much wrist-time?

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How often do you wear your Malvern?

Never
1
6%
Once every few weeks
0
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Once a week
2
12%
Multiple times per week
5
29%
Every day
9
53%
 
Total votes: 17

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How much wrist-time?

Post by Hans »

I wear mine about once a week currently.
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Post by Warhol »

I wear mine twice a weak.
PS: Hans there's two times 'every day' in the poll :lol:
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Post by Hans »

Man, I can't even setup a simple poll! :oops:
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Every day for the last 10 days :D
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Post by KevRC4130 »

Since it's new, I've been wearing it almost every day. I think once the newness wears off, it will be worn 3-5 times a week.
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Post by joerattz »

Every day since I got it...last Thursday. And I'll probably wear it every day for awhile...at least until I get a winder.
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Post by Hans »

He joerattz, the Malvern won't break if it doesn't run for a couple of days! :wink:

I have 6 automatic watches, but no winder, I just change watches regularly.
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Post by DavidM1 »

Just about every day. I'll switch to another for a while but this was my main work watch (holidays now - pretty good :wink: )
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Hans wrote:He joerattz, the Malvern won't break if it doesn't run for a couple of days! :wink:
And its spirit? Are you sure I won't break its spirit if I don't wear it, or it doesn't run? I thought so.
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Post by Hans »

:lol:
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Post by schulten »

1 time a week, i wear my tw steel the most heh (and soon it will be thw iwc)
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schulten wrote:1 time a week, i wear my tw steel the most heh (and soon it will be thw iwc)
What's tw?
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Post by schulten »

Image

only left hooked :) (not very subtle, but perfect to see the time on)
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Post by Bob Demers »

..every day. Sometimes during the day I switch off to my blue dial Hamilton Khaki Automatic.
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Post by billkt3 »

I have worn mine every day for two weeks. (sincie it arrived) I am a little concerned about the vulnerability of the clasp. It is just at the right spot to be banged or scraped while any typing or other desk work is being done. I noticed several scuff marks on the nicely initialed lower part of the clasp. Anyone else notice this or have this concern. Any ideas how to prevent it other than take it off or do no work. Thanks.
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