1. Pitfitter446

    Pitfitter446 Sep 23, 2017

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    Looking at some of the pics on here I notice there seems to be a number of members who favour the right arm fitment, just wondered how widespread this is.

    Unfortunately I can't add a survey, don't know if this is possible.

    Oh, mine is on the left.
     
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  2. Jim Dollares

    Jim Dollares Sep 23, 2017

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    Right!!!! :taunt:
     
  3. elbeik

    elbeik Sep 23, 2017

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    I am left-handed, and wear my watch on my left arm.
    #savethecarrera
     
  4. imagwai

    imagwai Sep 23, 2017

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    Left (right-handed).

    The only reason I can see to wear a watch on your right arm would be if you had a Monaco with the crown on the left of the case.
     
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  5. OttoWilliam

    OttoWilliam Sep 23, 2017

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    I am right handed so i wear my watch on the left hand. I am with the mainstream...

    Sometimes i wear both, if i do, i make sure the watch on my right hand face crown outward, if that make sense. Feel more comfortable that way...of course, the watch on my right always tucked inside the long-sleeve. Dont want anyone to know i am a watch mania.
     
  6. Hubert

    Hubert Sep 23, 2017

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    Left hand watch-wearer as well here. Even my left-crown Monaco's. :)
     
  7. Rebnats

    Rebnats Sep 24, 2017

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    With mainstream left wrist. However I wear an Apple series2 on right wrist during the day mainly for phone notifications and fitness tracking etc. This combo works well whilst wearing long sleeves
     
  8. Pitfitter446

    Pitfitter446 Sep 24, 2017

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    I hadn't thought of wearing the Monaco on the right due to the crown being left sided, maybe because though I wear a gold torque bangle on the right and it would mark against a watch case.
     
  9. MRC

    MRC Sep 26, 2017

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    Right-handed but completely ambidextrous with spanners (wrenches) and screwdrivers, I still wear my left-crowned Calibre 11 Hamilton on the left. I take everything off the wrist to wind.

    30 years ago when getting home with a pretty new Seamaster on my wrist I wanted to check something under the bonnet (hood), so I put the Omega into jacket pocket and jacket on passenger seat. Are you ahead of me? Yup, pulled jacket out of car, Seamaster falls onto concrete floor of garage.

    The dent in the case is no longer there after the watch had an expensive holiday in Switzerland recently.
     
  10. XSRider

    XSRider Sep 28, 2017

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    Left handed here, but wear on left hand as well. Just easier to prevent desk diving with right handed mouse.