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    Right handed wear experiment - wanna try with me?

    Happy Sunday everyone

    I decided to do an experiment today. Trying out wearing my watch on the right for the first time. So far I kind of like it

    A new thing? We'll see

    Anyone else normally wear on left decide to try it in right?

    If not try it today and post your wrist shot here

    Sent from my blackberry (just kidding!)
    Dan :: Ball/ Benarus/ Boschett/ Damasko/ Doxa/ IWC/ Longines/ Omega/ Precista/ Rolex/ Seiko/ Sinn/ Tudor/ Tutima.

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    I've always worn my watch on my right wrist...will try to wear it on my left wrist later

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    I'll give it a go tomorrow. Shouldn't be an issue as sometimes I wear two (if one needs taking in for a service or something). Never really noticed it.
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    Accurist: 1961 Shockmaster (Gold) & 1965 Shockmaster (Steel)
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    Rotary: 1990 Quartz (Gold)
    Steinhart: Ocean GMT 39mm
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    I'll try it now. I think I'll start light with my GA-100.

    5 min later:
    I find it annoying to use and write with, so it's going off and back too the box.
    Last edited by Durp13579; Dec 28, 2014 at 06:28 PM.
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    Seiko SKX007K2 Swatch High Wonder Maratac Large Pilot 2013 Russian AChS-1 panel clock
    Post first, edit for clarity later.

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    If give it a try but I wear one of those magnetic bracelet things that's supposed to heal you magically or some such crap on my right. Don't think the Pelagos im wearing today is anti magnetic so I'd better not.
    And that bracelet clasp was a piece of junk so was crimped on with pliers and I can't take it off

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    i just cannot do it.
    Regards Cam

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    I've already tried it a few times before and found the experience highly uncomfortable.

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    I've always worn on my right (as a southpaw), wearing it on the wrong (non-right) wrist is just weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shemp View Post
    I've always worn on my right (as a southpaw), wearing it on the wrong (non-right) wrist is just weird.

    I bang up my watches enough on my non-dominant hand. I imagine they'd look worse wearing them on my dominant side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shemp View Post
    I've always worn on my right (as a southpaw), wearing it on the wrong (non-right) wrist is just weird.
    That ^^^, in a mirror.
    It may sound a bit odd, but I actually feel off-balance.
    Some people have opinions - The rest of us have taste.

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