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Have you ever worn a watch on both wrists at the same time?

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Edited by merkur - 7/28/11 at 2:09am
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Arg?!
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Originally Posted by merkur View Post
Have you ever worn a watch on both wrists at the same time and if so, under what circumstances? Have you ever seen anyone wearing a watch on both wrists at the same time? Did you think it exuded sprezzatura or ritardato?

Rather a strange post but you have not even answered your own question!

Before you ask, no.
post #4 of 21
This made me laugh.

I admit that I do, but only at home. I have a couple of watches that don´t fit in my winder so I will come home and put on two watches that I need to wind on my wrists and go about my evening. What my wife thinks about this whole episode is a completely new post.
post #5 of 21
Only when selling said watches in dark alleys.
post #6 of 21
only back when I was very young and the Swatch craze was in full tilt...even then it was mostly multiple watches only on the same arm.
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Originally Posted by Lagavulin16 View Post
This made me laugh.

I admit that I do, but only at home. I have a couple of watches that don´t fit in my winder so I will come home and put on two watches that I need to wind on my wrists and go about my evening. What my wife thinks about this whole episode is a completely new post.

I love this. The crazy things we do for our clothes, watches, shoes.
post #8 of 21
Poll should have been "have you ever watched porn with both wrists at the same time"
post #9 of 21
if your a watch nut like me and go to watch gtg. some people wear two , but only for the gtg.
post #10 of 21
A watch dealer I know in TO does this.

I personally think it looks pretentious as shit.
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Originally Posted by merkur View Post
Have you ever worn a watch on both wrists at the same time and if so, under what circumstances? Have you ever seen anyone wearing a watch on both wrists at the same time? Did you think it exuded sprezzatura or ritardato?

you miss mandouche, dont you....
post #12 of 21
The watch would have to have a very long band to fit around both wrists.
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post #14 of 21
I have, once.
post #15 of 21
Peter O'Toole is supposed to do this.
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