conjurer wrote:This guy will change his tune the first time he takes down a door jamb.
I thought all even moderately experienced watch wearers automatically walk with the watch hand slightly behind and in to the body when walking down anywhere even slightly confined??
It's a tell
One would think! However, the OS, while not inordinately huge in most dimensions, is over 16mm high off the wrist, and I was forever banging the thing around like the SLA after they kidnapped Patty Hearst. I recall once, at work, I reached down to grab a book off the shelf for a customer, and dragged the edge of the bezel across the bottom of the next shelf up; I handed the book to the customer and glanced at the time, and found a whole bunch of splintered wood stuck in the teeth of the bezel--the OS had literally gouged them out of the wooden shelf. I dusted the watch off, clearing the wood debris, and found that the watch had not suffered a bit.