Left handed - do you wear your watch on your left or right wrist? - Page 2
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When I wear a watch, I put it on my right wrist.
It's a matter of balance and perceived function for me, though.
Something watch-sized on my left wrist would feel out of place.
Since as my right hand occupies a secondary role in relation to my left, though, it seems correct to wear something on there that is both tangibly present and largely ornamental.
I generally use my phone to check the time, so my watch-wearing protocol is influenced by that practice.
There hasn't been much trouble with the crown of the watch, although that depends.
I imagine the crown of that particular Panerai would cause significantly more discomfort than that of a slim, older watch.
You would need to take the watch off otherwise, which is not too much of an issue for many, but can be the cause of significant annoyance for some.