I do have a few different watches which I wear only sometimes.
I have one that goes on my wrist more than others though, and that's one that the grandchildren bought for me from Tchibo one past Christmas, (remember those shops?) which cost the princely sum of around £20 or so .
It mainly sits it a small tray with nail clippers, a penknife, nail file, and other oddments on the top of a glass topped unit which is alongside my favourite armchair .
It's a battery driven chronograph and is both digital and analogue.
I rely on it most days to tell me the date and day as well as giving me an alarm call for tablet time.
It's a wrist watch, a friend, and helps me in so many ways, I just love it.
It's a bit of a PIA when a battery runs down though,(it has two button cells) as I find replacing them is getting to be very fiddly as my sight is not as good as it was.
I can still hear its tick just about, so no need for that hidden hearing tackle yet!