Do you roll your watch sleeve?

I'm talking about rolling only the hand you're wearing a watch. I usually do with a sweater, sweatshirt or hoodie but not with shirts.

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I don't like anything on my forearms anyways so if it's not freezing whatever I'm wearing is always pulled up. 

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Both arms.

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I prefer inobtrusively sized watches.

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Both cuffs get rolled. 

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OscarKlosoff

I prefer inobtrusively sized watches.

Me too. But I still fold. Two reasons — I don't like the action of pulling a long sleeve to check the time, seems inconvenient. And secondly, we don't wear watches just to check the time, right?

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Arijit

Me too. But I still fold. Two reasons — I don't like the action of pulling a long sleeve to check the time, seems inconvenient. And secondly, we don't wear watches just to check the time, right?

I'm nearsighted, so I do the "model pose" of lifting forearm level to chest, which generally pulls a sleeve back enough. But the snugger or bulkier a sleeve gets, the more deliberately I'm choosing a tiny watch. Probably not what anyone here wants to hear, but I'm more concerned about wear on the garment than some watch fondness.