Wearing the GWF-1000 on the right wrist?
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    Wearing the GWF-1000 on the right wrist?

    Hi Guys.

    Been contemplating a Frogman GWF-1000 (Not the "D" version) and was about to order when I thought about something...

    I wear my watches on my right arm/wrist. Just a peculiarity of mine I suppose but is feels more "natural"/comfortable for me.
    Sooo... as the Frogman has the "offset" design with regards to the relationship between the band and case, it is (potentially?) better suited to left-hand wear. Therefore, I was hoping that someone who also wears right wrist and owns one of these models, would be willing to share their perspectives on the "comfort" and fit as such please?

    Many thanks.

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    Re: Wearing the GWF-1000 on the right wrist?

    im left handed, so the entire world is screwed up and im normal. where how you like it. there is no right or wrong.



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    Re: Wearing the GWF-1000 on the right wrist?

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    *except in the shower
    Gotcha!!

    Thanks for the response. Much appreciated! Wearing RH works for me but I am just concerned that due to the (Shall we call it strange?) design, that it may prove to be uncomfortable on the right wrist.

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    Re: Wearing the GWF-1000 on the right wrist?

    I'm leftie too, I wear my frog on the right without any problem

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    Re: Wearing the GWF-1000 on the right wrist?

    Cheers to you MG! That puts my mind more at ease...

    Lovely Froggie by the way.
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