Which hand are youwearing watch?

@azrinbme (129)
Malaysia
June 12, 2008 9:46am CST
I wearing watch on my left hands. Currently my watch is Seiko 5 and it is automatic, comes with date and day. My favorites watch is Citizen Ecodrive and Seiko Kinetic. What brand you purchased? Do you like battery operated watch or automatic? Do you like tick or thin watch?
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@Jhordie (5115)
• Philippines
12 Jun 08
I used to wear a watch on my left wrist also. But now, i do not have any because of the allergic reaction to my skin that it is causing. I prefer automatic thick watches. I do hope to be able to use it again but I do not know how without triggering my allergies?!
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@laydee (12813)
• Philippines
12 Jun 08
Honestly, I don't wear watches. I have one in my cellphone, that's what I use. But I do own several watches (mostly given to me) and usually I wear them (only if I have to) on my left hand. I don't know why, but watches just really aren't my thing because I feel pressured and at a rush each time I see time. You know what I mean? Hehe.. Anyhow, that's it for me then.
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@saundyl (9690)
• Canada
12 Jun 08
I am currently wearing my watch on my left wrist. It is battery operated and a thin leather band. Unsure of the brand but I made sure it wasn't a metal band and that the back of the watch did not have any nickel in it or it would be painful & itchy for me to wear.
@azrinbme (129)
• Malaysia
15 Jun 08
Yesterday I sent my bike for repairs and I saw one guy wearing watches on both hands but I don't dare to ask him why he wearing on both hands. Hmmmm... Some peoples are skin allergic when wearing metal or plastic.
@saundyl (9690)
• Canada
16 Jun 08
I know about the allergies theres alot of metals my skin can just not handle. Some days I'm jealous of those that can go buy those cute cheap earrings and be able to wear them.