What kind of watch should a nurse have?

There are few things that are more chaotic than a nursing shift. Whether it is in the ER or in a pediatrician’s office, finding the right watch to keep track of time, while being able to endure all of the tasks you have throughout the day can be difficult.

A great watch for a nurse starts with readability. When you are in the middle of a shift, you want to be able to look down, see the time, and get back to what you need to be doing. Small numbers, artsy designs that make reading the watch difficult, and other factors can be frustrating for you during the day. To find the right watch, you want easy to read numbers, a clear line for each minute within the hour, and if it had a digital reading as well, that would be great.

Nurses are also required to wash their hands constantly, as well as work with liquids and bodily fluids. A water-resistant watch is a must because no nurse has time to take their watch on and off for every single wash. Having a water-resistant watch also helps you to easily clean your watch, another important part of a nurse’s day. The field of medical care is a messy place, so being able to rinse off your water-resistant watch while washing your hands is incredibly helpful. So, what are the best watches out there, that meet these requirements and provide a comfortable option for nurses to wear?

Top Pick: The G-Shock Aviation Series

 This watch provides all of the things that a nurse needs in a watch. If you are looking for the highest readability in a watch, the G-Shock has you covered. It has a UV-LED Neon-Illuminator light that works automatically to make your watch more visible when it is receiving less natural light. Each quarter, five-minute mark, and individual line on the watch is clear and it is easy to see exactly what the time is at a glance. If that is not enough to convince you of its readability, it also has an easy to see digital reading of the time at the bottom. You will never be stuck squinting or trying to figure out where the minute hand is again.

The G-Shock is also incredibly durable, which is important for nurses on the job. It has a scratch resistant mineral dial window, is water resistant for up to 200 meters, and is shock resistant to avoid damage when dropped. The combination of scratch resistant material and water-resistant protection for the watch makes it great for the chaotic situations that come up throughout the day.

This watch is easy to clean, easy to read, and it is completely water resistant (unless you are planning a deep-sea dive), so it checks all the boxes for a nurse in need of a suitable watch. It is also a fairly priced watch with options available at $155.94!

Top Pick: Nautica Unisex Atlantis

 The Nautica Unisex Atlantis watch is absolutely perfect for someone that needs a tough, versatile, and simple watch throughout the day. For nurses that need a reliable timepiece, this watch offers extremely high visibility. Every 10-minute mark is labeled in large print on the outside so that you have an easy way to check the time throughout the day. With large, white, bold lines at every 5-minute mark, and clear hour, minute, and second hands, this watch is perfect for a nurse.

Another great feature on this watch is the stainless-steel material. Having an affordable, durable, and easy to clean material on your watch is important, and this watch has it all. The dial window is made of scratch-resistant mineral so that you do not have to worry about the different times it gets dinged against a door or shelf throughout the day. Its resin band material is also incredibly durable and easy to clean while providing a comfortable fit throughout the day.

As always, as a nurse, you need a watch that is water resistant. With a 330 ft., water-resistant depth, this watch can endure all of the various liquids that will inevitably come its way throughout the day. With the combination of water resistance, stainless steel, and a resin band, you know that you can safely clean your watch after it gets dirty, which is bound to happen.

This watch is simple, straightforward, low maintenance, and comfortable, which is what makes it an excellent watch for a nurse on the job (and it’s decently priced, coming in at just Out of stock).

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About the Author Elise Tigner

Lover of fashion, exploring, travel and my dog. Currently living in Las Vegas, with my eyes and heart set on traveling the world with my bestie.

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