M: Right. Watches. So... Well, not as bad as sitting or mirrors, I think, watches.
R: You think?
M: I think so. No? What do you think? Well, I think the first thing that we should point out is what the difference between a clock and a watch. So we have wrists, dear listener, right? Wrists, right? Hands. And this is a wrist. And on my wrist I can wear a watch. Right? Well, I don't because I never wear any watches. So a watch. But on the wall, right here, there is a clock. Well, there isn't a clock now. But we have clocks on our walls usually. Yeah? Can I have a clock on my wrist, Rory?
R: Well, you could but it would be a bit cumbersome. Usually watches are for your hands or wrists and clocks are for everywhere else.
M: Yes. And sometimes we call them a wrist watch. Right? So pretty much all watches that I can put on my wrist, they're called wristwatches. Right? Or no? Or just watches?
R: Well, that's a good question, actually. I think wrist watches are usually things that are focused exclusively on the time. Whereas a smartwatch you also wear on your wrist but that's for other things as well. It's connected to your phone accessories and things like that.
M: Yeah, yeah, you can speak about smartwatches and Rory said that they measure your heart rate. Yeah? They help you to keep track of everything. Of your heart rate, of your, I don't know...
R: People need to tell me in the comments why they need to keep track of their heart rate. Why is that important? I mean, I could get it if you had like some sort of medical condition, that might be a thing that you would need to know, but under any other circumstances, maybe a professional athlete too, under any other circumstances, why do you need to know that information?
M: I know, I know, when you go to the gym, and you go to some training, and then you kind of do some exercises. And then the instructor the trainer asks you, so what's your heartbeat? And then you go, oh, it's this, then you should kind of rest. Rest kind of like thirty seconds or rest one minute, until you kind of like, you're fine. Right? So, oh, yeah, they do ask you this question.
R: Can you not just count by putting your fingers on your pulse, though?
M: No, it's too complicated. You just look at your watch, and you just know.
R: Oh, no.
M: Just like, measure my... You know... Just a watch.
R: Do people not have very strong pulses? I think that's a bit silly.
M: Well, I didn't know. So do you have a smartwatch? Could you please tell us in the comments? Why do you have a smart watch? Right, and this watch is connected to your phone, right? This smartwatch.
R: Yeah. I think it's usually by Bluetooth, isn't it?
M: We can use a stopwatch function. So a stopwatch, when, it's a timer. Right?
R: I was just thinking about my watch here. I've got it in my room. Actually, I should really have. I should have had it with me. And but yeah, it's got usually regular watches have the ability to tell the time and the date and they have an alarm and a stopwatch which you just start and it measures the time between the start of the stopwatch and whenever you finish it.