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    re: Which wrist is your watch on?

    I'm a righty therefore I wear my watch on the left wrist.. I cant stand righties wearing it on the right!!!
    I guess its a problem that I need to sort out..

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    Re: Which wrist is your watch on?

    I'm left-handed and have always worn on the left wrist.

    I guess a bonus is that that hand is more active, so automatic watches get wound more

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    Re: Which wrist is your watch on?

    I'm right-handed and wear my watches on my left wrist. I also wear my watches dial-side up. I cannot stand those who wear their watches with the dial on the inside of the wrist. Just a peculiarity of mine...
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    Re: Which wrist is your watch on?

    Using the search function would have lead you to this poll: https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...ight=left+hand

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    Re: Which wrist is your watch on?

    Hey Mike thanks for the stats...
    Scott - I cant stand that more than anything else..
    Dial up ALWAYS!

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    Re: Which wrist is your watch on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott3670 View Post
    I'm right-handed and wear my watches on my left wrist. I also wear my watches dial-side up. I cannot stand those who wear their watches with the dial on the inside of the wrist. Just a peculiarity of mine...
    The only person I knew who wore his watch on the inside of his wrist did so as a carry over from Vietnam. In the field, inside the wrist was less reflective, and protected the watch somewhat. I would call those good reasons. BTW, he was a very likable fellow, not someone that others could not stand.
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    Re: Which wrist is your watch on?

    While I was a teen, I had my watch on either wrist, but I have settled in with my watch on my left wrist. I may have even tried wearing it on the inside of my wrist, but that didn't last too long.

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