What wrist are you wearing your watch on?

Looking at my last post, you can see that my son, my daughter and I are wearing our watches on the right wrist. I know that most people were watches on the right wrist, but what about you?

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Easy, right wrist becasue I’m a lefty!

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Robcollects

Easy, right wrist becasue I’m a lefty!

Same here 👍

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I wouldn’t say I’m ”normal”, but I do wear watches on the left.

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Robcollects

Easy, right wrist becasue I’m a lefty!

Same.

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I wear it on my left because my dominate hand is my right. I'm far from normal, I'm out there! lol

Cheers!

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Both

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Robcollects

Easy, right wrist becasue I’m a lefty!

I'm a lefty but as a kid was always told the left was the correct wrist to wear it on. Which makes sense as the majority of watches were built with right hand operation in mind. What it does is mean my watches get scratched to f#+k as I'm wearing them on my dominant hand. But I can't possibly change now. 

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jcwatch

I wear it on my left because my dominate hand is my right. I'm far from normal, I'm out there! lol

Cheers!

Normal was more here to state that most of the watches are designed to be on the left wrist with the crown to be wound with the right hand 🙂

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TimeCop

I'm a lefty but as a kid was always told the left was the correct wrist to wear it on. Which makes sense as the majority of watches were built with right hand operation in mind. What it does is mean my watches get scratched to f#+k as I'm wearing them on my dominant hand. But I can't possibly change now. 

I was told the same think as a kid but the casios I was wearing at that time we're giving me eczema to the wrist, so I switched to the right hand and it was ok. So the watches stayed there until today

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Right handed - I wear my watch on my right wrist. It just feels wrong on the left - the right just feels… er ‘right’.

Vive la difference!

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Both? - Apple Watch Series I on my right wrist for fitness/sleep tracking, and one of the six watches from my small collection on the left wrist for time-only use (the Series I isn't always-on, so the traditional watch on my left wrist helps keep track of time without needing to flip my wrist).

I tried ditching the Apple Watch during non-workout/sleeping times, but still like checking the weather before walking the dog and using Apple Pay and timers (most notifications are turned off).

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Wearing a watch on the left wrist seems to be what most of the Crunchers do 🙂