Left hand crown for a right-handed?

I’m new to Watch Crunch and new to collecting, but I’m hooked. I’ve kicked off my collection with the versatile Explorer 114270 and am thinking a diver would be the most appropriate piece to add next. I’m loving the Pelagos but not sure on the blue. I love the finish on the LHD with the red ‘PELAGOS’ - is it weird to wear this if I’m right-handed?

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Sure! If it works for you! Lots of lefties wearing right handed watches out there!

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I wear watches with right and destro crowns on my left wrist. (I’m right handed) I’ve also worn watches on my right wrist before though, in certain circumstances.

“Left handed” watches are actually super comfortable on the left wrist as the crown is well out of the way.

TLDR:

No, it’s not 😅

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9 o clock crowns are good👌

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I don't have any with a crown at 9 o'clock but what I do have is a Pelagos and whether it's left-handed or normal, you can't fault it, it's a great watch.

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Such a great watch. The pelagos 39 in black is amazing, I tried it on the other day

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Thanks legends! As a noob with a noob question I appreciate the sincere responses! 🤝

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mannyb65

I don't have any with a crown at 9 o'clock but what I do have is a Pelagos and whether it's left-handed or normal, you can't fault it, it's a great watch.

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Stunning 😍

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mannyb65

I don't have any with a crown at 9 o'clock but what I do have is a Pelagos and whether it's left-handed or normal, you can't fault it, it's a great watch.

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And I was shocked at how light it was on the wrist!

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jonnywallace

Stunning 😍

Thanks

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jonnywallace

And I was shocked at how light it was on the wrist!

light but imposing on the wrist it screams a tool watch with its touch of elegance