My normal runs have always included mobile phone, music, podcasts and my Garmin GPS that I probably look at far more than I should.
As I'm tapering now for the weekends HM my run last night was more about keeping the legs semi-active rather than pace or distance etc
So, went out with no music and no looking at my watch on a route that I knew to be about 5k and it felt really good... think I'm going to try this naked lark more often. I found it useful to run to how I felt (rather than to a specific pace) and focus on breathing and foot fall.
I will confess to starting my watch and then hiding it up my sleeve and then stopping it at the end... Well a man needs their stats!