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'He has to be older than he looks. He uses a watch to tell time.'
"Oh, it's just for show. If you want to know the time, I'll have to look at my phone."
The short-lived trend of neck-watches.
'If it 'tells' the time, why do I have to look at it?'
"...and if I press this button..."
Beware of Watchdog.
"I've used wearable technology since I was a kid. It's called a wrist watch."
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'It even tells time in metric minutes.'
'Can you tell me the time please?'
'This watch goes up to fifty-nine seconds a minute!'
'How soon can you fix this watch? I'm lost without the time, date, temperature and phase of the moon.'
Jewellers - wrist watches,
Watch that reads 'Never, Not Now, Tomorrow, Later.'
Repairing the Sundial's clockwork
'What's the big deal?! You knew I was a watch-dog when you married me.'
'You remember my shockproof, rustproof, waterproof, dustproof watch? Well, I lost it.'
'You can't trust anyone under 30...they don't even wear wristwatches!'
'It has my horoscope, heart rate and cholesterol level...but I'm sorry, I don't have the time.'
'What's that noise?'
'If we can make them small enough, we can wear them on our wrists.'
'I'd like to see shock proof watches please.'
"My dad gave me this watch. It belonged to my great grandfather who fought in a few wars. It's like 100 years old."
'I'm sorry I'm late but I had my wrist watch on upside down!'