Have two wrist-watches. In 1970 I bought an Omega "Dynamic" whilst in Gibraltar. Still keeps reasonable time, gaining about two minutes a week. About three years ago I bought another Omega, this time the modern "Dynamic" chronometer. This one gains about a minute a month which is about as good as it gets for a mechanical watch.
Had an Omega bought for me as a twenty first birthday present 54 years ago,sits in a drawer until I need to wear it for special occasions,wind it up and it goes,everyday watch is a Mike Ellis which I think I paid about £40 for.
Always wear a watch, always on my left wrist, which seems to be the norm for right handed people.
Favourate watches are made by a Danish company called Skagen possibly because they are mostly very slim and not clttered with needless dials and knobs.
One of my mates never wears a watch, but if out he will ask people at least every half hour what the time is.
I wear a watch all the time. My last one cost me a fiver from a charity shop. Had it 6 years now and only had to replace the battery once. I'ts a Pulsar chronograph and good up to 100 metres in water, and reliable.
Always wear a watch on left wrist. Currently a Seiko 5 automatic. Keeps great time.
Also got a Breitling Blackbird automatic for occasional wear.
Just like wearing a small piece of engineering quality.
I know quartz are more accurate but what's a few seconds a week?