What Wrist for a Wristwatch

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The wrist that you choose to use for your wrist watch will vary depending on a few key things, like your preferences. Find out about the wrist that you use for your wrist watch with help from an experienced and dedicated freelance artist in this free video clip.

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I'm Aaron Tucker, and this is what wrist do you wear a wristwatch. What wrist do you wear a wristwatch? Whatever wrist you prefer, whichever one is more comfortable for you. There is no etiquette when it comes to wearing a wristwatch. Usually you see most people wear it on the left wrist so people will assume that that's correct but that's only because they try and keep the wrist, the watch off of their dominant wrist. This way they decrease the chances of ruining their wristwatch. So, if you are right handed, you would wear your watch on your left wrist. This way there's less action happening with your left hand because it's not your dominant hand. If you are left handed, typically you would wear your watch on your right wrist for the exact same reason. But, you can be right handed and choose to wear your watch on your right wrist and you could be left handed and choose to wear your watch on your left wrist. It really does not matter at all, all personal preference.

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