I ask the question: What is the toughest watch or watches? I am not referring to long-term dependability, but to the ability to absorb the most punishment in the form of impacts, bumps, dings or to quote John Cameron Swayze "takes a licking and keeps on ticking." I used to see or hear the phrase "shock resistant" more often (or so it seems to me) than I do anymore.
Secondarily, what is it that makes a watch tough?
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