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    Default Re: Watches

    I actually do that Tim, one piece of your advice I do use
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    Default Re: Watches

    Tim, was there a time that you pressed the wrong button on your watch?

    Of course -that's when I started writing down the time. I have also forgotten to re-start after time off; forgotten to start the watch at the start of a game, pressed start button and blew whistle without checking the watch had actually started, mis-calculated time elapsed/time left (depending how the watch was set up) when asked.

    Perhaps I should have kept a list, but that would be like self-flagellation.
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    Default Re: Watches

    All of the above, which is half the reason why as much as I am plugged into the digital world I have analogue back ups (paper, and yes I right down time on too if it differs from planned), also why my main countdown watch is not a ‘smart’ watch, far less likely to need a reboot, lock up, stop in the rain etc - also has physical buttons so less likely to miss (I have actually stopped the watch by bending my wrist on one type!)

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