I have a SOA on the way, the watch looks great but sometimes it looks upside down to me, I'm not used to the crown being at 8. I was almost considering flipping the dial so the crown would be at 2. Anyone else think of this or do it?
i thought of this. Since I wear the watch on my right hand (being left handed) I htought that the crown would be uncomfortable on my wrist. So far it hasn't been a problem and the watch wears really well..
I know that Jack at IWW could probably do this with no problem, no date wheel, no second hand, etc.. He did it to a SEAL that was recently for sale and it looked fine.
Interesting, to me that just looks right. However, I wouldn't want to lose any distictive character of the watch. I'll probalby leave it and see what happens. I can change it any time. since I wear my watch on the right hand, I'll see how it feels with the crown in my wrist. thanks
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