Left or Right?

Which hand do you strap your watches, left or right? And why?

I personally wear it on my left hand because I’ve been using it on my left hand since forever, it’s now become a habit. And less hard action and movement on my left hand, except when I’m playing the drum when gigging. Then I took my watches off, or go to my G Shock. 
 

so what is your preference and why?

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¿Porque no los dos? Granted I buy relatively inexpensive watches and always put the less expensive one on my dominant hand as its more likely to get banged up. I enjoy being able to enjoy more than one of my watches at once.

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I am fairly ambidextrous, but have always wore them on my left. Why? I write right handed, so it feels more comfortable on the left, perhaps it is a balance issue. Perhaps I’ve been doing it wrong my whole life!  :-)  

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Wearing a watch on the right wrist pleases the devil, so if that's what you're into go right ahead.  I'll be wearing mine in the proper manner and I'll pray for your soul.

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thekris

Wearing a watch on the right wrist pleases the devil, so if that's what you're into go right ahead.  I'll be wearing mine in the proper manner and I'll pray for your soul.

I wish there was a devil horn reaction emote 😈

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I'm left handed and have always worn a watch on my left wrist. I was always of the understanding that was the 'proper' way to wear one (even as a child). That they were originally designed for the majority i.e. right handers, to be worn on the left and operated by the right. Now LHD watches exist but switching would feel unnatural, despite the fact that for some cosmic reason they really speak to me. 

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Right handed so watch on left, makes it operable while being worn and keep's it out of the way while writing. 

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TimeCop

I'm left handed and have always worn a watch on my left wrist. I was always of the understanding that was the 'proper' way to wear one (even as a child). That they were originally designed for the majority i.e. right handers, to be worn on the left and operated by the right. Now LHD watches exist but switching would feel unnatural, despite the fact that for some cosmic reason they really speak to me. 

I'm exactly in the same situation. Lefty wearing on the left wrist and never wanted to swap. It's so natural for me to have it on my main hand. I also love the LHD even if wearing it on the left wrist with the crown at 9 means it's impossible to set on the go. But hey, father told me you have to get you watch off to set it up !

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Definitely dress left!!

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As @thekris said, I wear mine on the left wrist as God intended. 😂

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Either the non-dominant wrist to avoid damage or the wrist that best keeps out of the way. Ever wear a bracelet watch on your right wrist while using a computer mouse? You get a hard, cold, bumpy, and scratched wrist-rest for free. 

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Left , because I'm right handed. Feels and looks right to me.

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thekris

Wearing a watch on the right wrist pleases the devil, so if that's what you're into go right ahead.  I'll be wearing mine in the proper manner and I'll pray for your soul.

As a child, if you wore the watch on the wrong wrist the nuns would rap us over the knuckles with a ruler and embarrass us in front of the class. They were doing God's work.

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Aurelian

As a child, if you wore the watch on the wrong wrist the nuns would rap us over the knuckles with a ruler and embarrass us in front of the class. They were doing God's work.

So as a guy who loves metal music, maybe I should change wearing it to my right hand, while holding the devils horn 

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I wear mine on the right. I don’t know why. It wasn’t a conscious decision. Just feels natural to me. 

even tho I’ve seen the majority of people including all my friends wear them on the left. 

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Edykhemod

So as a guy who loves metal music, maybe I should change wearing it to my right hand, while holding the devils horn 

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