How do you wear your Watch? On the left or the Right?
January 8, 2008 6:29am CST
Since, I'm a lefty I wear my watch on the right hand. Cause with the watch on the left hand it really makes me difficult while writing. So, for the comfort reasons I have to wear it in the right hand. Apart from that it's easier to watch the time even while I"m writing lol (during boring classes). What about you? How do you guys wear your watch? Where do you find it easier?
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8 Jan 08
i wear my watch on my left wrist as i am right handed.i love those loose fitting watches that look like a bracelet as i hate that tight feeling most watches have.i have a tendancy to buy nice looking watches and have a rather large collection.cheers sue
9 Jan 08
HI.. i'm a lefty too and i wear my watch on my right hand too.. hehe.. BUt when i'm still schooling, i used to wear it on my left hand instead.. LOL Because i'm a lefty and thus everything has got to be on my left.. hehe With my watch on my left hand, it din hinder me much even when i'm writing but it always gets my frenz confused how come i'm wearing my watch on the same side as them when i'm a lefty.. LOL =D
• United States
8 Jan 08
I am right handed and sometimes I wear my watch on the right wrist. But, sometimes I wear it on the left too. I wear a watch so seldom that it feels weird no matter which side I put it on! I have many watches because I always see watches that I like. The problem is, I hate wearing a watch! I don't mind bracelets at all but for some reason the watch really bothers me.
8 Jan 08
I used to wear it on my right hand, but was thought to wear on my left side when I was still a kid. I'm not really sure why, could be because I was right-handed too(?). But now, I don't wear any watches anymore, I don't like the feeling of my wrist sweating!LoL
• United Kingdom
8 Jan 08
I am right handed and I wear my watch on my left hand. This is because I find it easier to put on that side and to look at. I find it comfortable on that wrist. I like the strap quite loose and so often have to move my watch a bit to see what time it is. Since I had a my first Swatch, about 15 years ago, I have continued to have them. I like the colorful and interesting designs of watch straps when I buy a new watch. However some of the plastic coating comes off after six months or so. Therefore the watch strap can look tatty. If I get a new strap fitted it is just plain unlike the wonderful colorful designs of watch straps in Swatch shops.