Radd saidNo. I wore my Apple Watch for approximately one month before using it as a dust magnet. It was probably a stupid decision on my part in the first place, knowing I hate jewelry or anything touching my body other than material.
I wear no jewelry, either. I hate rings, necklaces and bracelets. But a wristwatch is practical, gives me the time, and with a smartwatch, lots of other useful info.
I know some argue that a smartphone serves the time purpose. But constantly pulling it out of your pants pocket is even more clumsy than having a pocket watch in your vest, as was the style over 100 years ago.
Seems to me using your smartphone to tell time is a step backwards in technology. The big breakthrough with the wrist watch was its convenience, what made it an essential for the next century. Especially as personal time management became obligatory for modern living.