Mine and my husband bed side clocks are digital. The stove one is digital. The rest of the house (two baths, boys rooms, and living room) are analog. Used the analog in the boys' rooms because I prefer them to learn these first as well as what little sound they make might help "rock" them to sleep.
I think both are good in their respective functions. On a wrist watch, I think I like analog. For an alarm clock, a digital with big numbers is best for me. Analog clocks are more elegant in a living area. Digital in the kitchen.
What I like about an old-fashioned clock is that when I look at it I know what time it is, but ALSO the visual of how much more time remains before such and such event, etc. So if buying a clock or watch, the old-fashioned minute/hour/second hands are most useful for my purposes and what I prefer. But a digital is nice by the telephone. Digitals are great for precision, for message-taking, recording what time you spoke to someone etc.
What kind of clocks and watches do you like? Do you use the "old" kind with the hour, minutes and seconds hands? Or do you use Digital clocks and watches?
I prefer the old kind of clocks and watches, the kinds that have the numbers and hands on them. As a nurse I always buy one with a seconds hand so I can take a pulse. Even on the wall, I much prefer that type of watch rather than a digital one.
Which do you prefer? Analog or Digital watches and clocks?
P.S. the emoticons are analog clocks. There were no digital clock emoticons.
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