Patrick Rhone (of Rhoneisms) wears a Timex.
Rick Georges (of FutureLawyer) wears the Samsung Galaxy SmartWatch.
I wear a Seiko (shown above).
That's all riveting, of course, but have you noticed the number of young people who, because of smart phones, aren't wearing watches at all?
Relying solely on a phone strikes me as the modern-day equivalent of using a pocket watch, but I may be wrong.
Ruling out the realm of ridiculously expensive watches, does wearing (or not wearing) a watch make a statement? If so, what does it say?