1. My smartphone has clock functionality though I tend to see plenty of clocks around me regularly, thus I don't wear a watch. Even when I was younger, I rarely wore a watch and often got a rash from them the few that I did try.
No watch. Cheap metal watches make my skin react badly, leather gives me a rash if my wrist can't breathe. I don't want to spend enough money to see if titanium or gold agrees with me. Being P probably doesn't have anything to do with it, I'm always on time or 5 minutes early.
Meh phones a watch. I don't really plan things so time isn't a major issue. School and work our of course scheduled, but I forgot when I go into work sometimes and school is always consistent so I can't really forget that. Otherwise I just go with it. Howeva I always feel the pressure of running out of time, or not having enough time, but that is unavoidable. Or avoidable by just filling the time with actual events and not waiting, which I try to do when I get bored and I don't think it will interrupt any scheduled event.
I wear a watch everywhere but the shower, even though it is waterproof. I have it set fast as well. Being late panics me a bit, well, if it's important, it does. I use my watch for its intended use, and I also think of it as my prop for when I am a bit uncomfortable.
"It is not length of life, but depth of life." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson