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My son is a lefty and he wears his watch on his right wrist.

Dunno who told him. He’s just 5 yo. I couldnt be role model since am a righty and wear left.

My other son, aged 2, is a righty and wears his watch on the left as well.

Maybe it’s the natural tendency?


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Yeah, i'm quite shocking at cricket too, not as bad as golf though, i have a fearsome slice apparently :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
Another Cricketer!:grin: I swing with my left but I'm not very good (shocking, considering Sri Lankans eat, sleep & breathe Cricket!)
 

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I’m right-handed but I will occasionally wear my watch on the right wrist. Usually on lazy weekends or in bed, since I tend to lie on my left side. Having it on my right wrist just makes it easier to access when I’m being slothful.


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I write/eat left handed, but play sports right handed (mostly). I've always worn my watch on my left wrist. Recently, I had some occasion to wear my watches on my right wrist for a month or so, and it took me about a day to get used to it.
 

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Right handed, have always worn watches on my right wrist. I tried to wear them on the left, just can't do it.
 

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Right handed. Wear on left. Tried right a few times, thought it looked better as my wrist is beefier. Sadly, its beefy enough for bracelets to be too tight.

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