I have broken far too many watches: their knobs, their hinges, their internal metallic support, scratched the glass, etc. I have scaled back to very cheap watches because so fed up to breaking expensive ones let them be any sport thing such as Suunto, Polar or any normal watch. I want to wear my watch everywhere such as sauna, asleep, school and work. Sauna infers material of low heat conductance such as stainless-steel or titanium. Asleep infers screw-style strengthening of the knob not to get open/broken during sleeping. Running infers strong mechanical features and still needs to be lightweight. 24/7 infers it needs to look great, two time-zones for traveling could be great. There are probably many other things such as interval-training and timing to consider. For now, I am trying to find ways to find a watch that is able to last even at the first place. I may need many watches but for simplicity:
How should you select a watch that you want to wear 24/7 during sport, shower and daily life? Which features do you think are the key things to sustain the 24/7 usage? Does there exist any bionic watch attach to the skin so the watch would not stuck to anything like rocks while climbing?