My husband does. There are times I wear a heart monitor that doubles as a watch, so I have had little desire to purchase a watch. Any time I would need one that I can't carry my phone, it's either sports, or a function where checking the time would be rude anyhow. So, probably only sports. And, again, I have the heart monitor that works with a chest strap I wear.
Most things, I would prefer not to keep track of time so closely. I like to be more relaxed about things.
The last time I wore one was in 1997, and then it was only because I received advice that one should wear a watch to a job interview because if the interviewer doesn't see one on your arm, they think you don't care about deadlines. (I doubted that advice, but figured it was one of those "can't hurt/outside chance it might help" things.)
From the mid-'80s to early '90s, I carried a pocket watch because a wristwatch would have, at best, gotten beaten-up, at worst could have got caught in some machinery.
So essentially, I haven't regularly worn a wristwatch for nearly 30 years.
Oh... and I rarely look at my phone for the time, either. I have a clock in my car. A clock on every computer screen. Clocks on signs. Clocks on the wall. A clock on the alarm control panel. And a good sense of time. Maybe once or twice a week I might have a reason to look at the clock on my cell phone.
Also, I rarely see others wearing wristwatches, either. I see more people using oxygen tanks than wearing wristwatches.
I wear a G Shock everyday as I like they way they look and it's much easier to turn my arm to see what time it is rather to dig in my pocket, pull my phone out, and turn my screen on just to see what time it is.
It's a fashion accessory now. while it still has it functions there are clocks everywhere these days.
I wear a watch every day. Call it lazy but it's a lot easier to flip your wrist for the time than take out your phone from your pocket, and it's personally rude to check the time on your phone in a meeting. A lot more sly to look down at your wrist.
But.. those are definitely not the reasons why I choose to wear a watch.
It's the love for automatic and mechanical watches. It's a hobby for most these days. Just like all the other useless hobbies that people justify.
In a world so technologically dependent on electricity... it's nice to have something on you that has gears, springs and rotors that work together just to move a second, hour, and minute hand.