Fitbit Charge 2. I consider it a watch even though that's not its primary role. Bought a couple stainless bands for it, looks decent.
FWIW - Hamilton and Bulova manufactured timing devices in Lancaster that were used for bombs during WW2. A lot of watch companies went under or were bought up by conglomerates after quartz watches were introduced around the 1970s or so. Quartz is more accurate and much cheaper than automatic or manual movements but they lack the workmanship and artistry IMHO. And now even Swiss watches contain a lot of parts which are manufactured in China.Have both. Currently Hamilton is part of Swiss company and made in Switzerland. Very nice watch, Swiss movement ( no battery) and I love it.
I just turned 63
Thank you for your service.In retrospect, a memory just popped up! I was our company's RTO in nam and the platoon rto's were always requesting "Tango Charlies" (time checks). So a watch kind of became a tool of my trade and stuck with me! I digress, I carried this Bravo 1 secure radio that could be made secure with this device with multiple pins (probably over twenty). Had this shackle wheel and battalion would radio a set of numbers and letters and you'd line the specific numbers and letters up, set those pins and "punch" the radio and it would be secure between another one with the same security settings! Old school, high tech!
You own quite a range of watches. Enjoy them all.I love all of my watches. Heck I have 4 Japanese made watches that I bought for $20 each just because they looked interesting... they go through batteries like they are free, so I just use them for display now. LOL
My everyday is a Citizen Eco-Drive, if I'm going out for a 'casual dinner' and wearing blue I switch to the Tissot (blue face on SS) if I'm wearing green I will sometimes put on the Michael Korrs skeleton watch my wife bought me for my 45th, for formal events I wear the Omega Sea Master she gave me for my 50th - I used to wear my Great Great Uncle's pocket watch but I'm getting concerned it needs a cleaning and I haven't found a good place locally to take it.