or someone there to remind the golfers to take them off before actually swinging a club.... :-d I wear my watches while golfing, cycling, etc with no problems so far. I do remove my watch before drumming though... That just seems like torture.So it makes me wonder if there is someone there to remind them to put it on for the photo opportunity.
Don't put your head in the lion's mouth...Don't put your head in the lion's mouth...Don't put your head in the lion's mouth!I've put my 7s26 through alot of inavertant punishment, no snags so far, but now I would be more careful. Golfing? - probably ok with that tough little movement.
Long runs are excellent exercise and serve to charge up automatic watches nicely. This is a non impact exercise as far as the watch is concerned.I go for long runs with my SKX009 on or my Citizen with a Miyota 8203, I think you'll be alright.
Long runs are excellent exercise and serve to charge up automatic watches nicely. This is a non impact exercise as far as the watch is concerned.
Golfing however, is a high impact exercise and is especially detrimental to a mechanical watch.
I don't run...any more; but brisk walking serves the same purpose for my body as well as my automatics.They are!! Are you a runner? I notice my two divers have a smoother sweeping hand after a run. Plus they look so much cooler on a runner than a Timex or ambiguous digital sports watch.
Exactly! And c'mon now with all this caution--it's not like you're wearing a Rolex, or Cartier Roadster. Why would we popularize the Seiko SKX779 as a "Monster" and be afraid to wear it at golf? NOT like golf is a gargantuan of a sport---not like football, rugby, or hockey.Ask yourself the following:
1. What did people wear to the golf course before quartz watches came along?
2. How much did I pay for my 007?
I wouldn't go playing rugby with it, but for that watch I would have no problem playing golf with it. Now if it was a [much] more expensive piece I would think differently.