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    **** What's on your other wrist ****

    well got chatting in a thread about a bangle that had a watch bezel design in various colours I went for black and red there was about 11 choices I do believe the site I got them from think there was only six choices.

    So I thought why not do a thread to see what we wear on the other wrist as like with my cuff-link, every so often I change it up so thought it would be fun to see if other members do the same ?.




    so today am wearing a Seiko on my left.





    and on my right is a wooded bead and cord bracelet and a wooden bead one.





    or sometimes I like to mix it up and have both on one.






    feel free to join in guys and girls love to see what cool one's you got


    Ismy

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    Nothing for me - the only other jewellery I wear is my wedding ring.
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    Nothing. I don't wear jewellery, with the exception of the occasional cufflink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    Nothing for me - the only other jewellery I wear is my wedding ring.
    Same.

    I've been wearing a black rubber wedding band recently. Really nice when working out, outdoor activities and working on my cars.


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    ^How odd, Wayne - never heard of that before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappyheropup View Post
    Same.

    I've been wearing a black rubber wedding band recently. Really nice when working out, outdoor activities and working on my cars.

    that's kinda cool as I have caught a ring or two in my time when doing things at the gym or workshop so that would be a great safety feature but still keeps the wife happy really cool idea that

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    That's why I got it. I'd rather tear it than deglove a finger. Cheap and looks good with a rubber strap or nato/zulu. Bought from Qalo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    Nothing for me - the only other jewellery I wear is my wedding ring.
    ^^^ What he said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappyheropup View Post
    Same.

    I've been wearing a black rubber wedding band recently. Really nice when working out, outdoor activities and working on my cars.

    I should talk to my wife about getting one of those. Good idea.

    As to the OP, I don't wear anything on the other wrist.
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