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On Day 3 of wearing my watch on my right wrist. At first it was totally akward. Now it's starting to feel like second nature.

I think once I'm fully comfortable on the right wrist, I'll begin to rotate between the two.
 

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Have you tried one on each?:D
 

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I didn't know what to expect with that thread title. :lol:

I do the same thing. I'm left handed, but I still wear my watch on my left hand alot
 

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Thats what I thought too????!!!! Almost fell off my seat. I thought you finally came out of the closet and declared your love for Rolla!
 

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I'm left-handed and only wear it on my left - problem is you have to be careful for dings reaching inside things (no ****) or being active...
 

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I wear it on my right wrist even though im a righty, according to my grandfather, it's better for your heart lol.
 

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I was like..I knew it as soon as i saw those leopard print shoes lol


I wear my watch on my right and also...being a lefty means that i do more tasks with my left hand and the watch gets in the way .
 

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I'm a lefty and well, I've worn a watch on my right wrist for as long as I can remember....

Trouble with large watches, 47mm and higher is that if on your left hand the crown can dig in a bit on the top of the wrist, I imagine that is a bit uncomfortable.
 
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