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This is a discussion on Alternatives to wristwatches? in General Nursing Student, part of Nursing Student ... Is there another type of watch that I can use instead of a wristwatch? That is unisex... I hate...by jetro Feb 26Is there another type of watch that I can use instead of a wristwatch? That is unisex...
I hate wearing wristwatch in the first place cause it feels uncomfortable. And also in clinicals, it gets dirty a lot. The gloves falls off at the watch so its exposed and definitely gets contaminated and dirty. Especially when you have to deal with soiled stuff. And you cant really wash it cause it breaks if you do, but you get the wrist belt wet when you wash your hands and it becomes stinky and sometimes dirty or possibly broken.
So what else can I use?
And Where can I get one?
I also want a stylish one, if applicable.
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