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At what Location on Your Wrist Do You Wear Your Watch?

  • Between the Wrist Bone and the Hand

    Votes: 21 36.2%
  • Back of the Wrist Bone

    Votes: 37 63.8%
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I've seen wrist shots of guys wearing their watch (1) between the wrist bone and the hand and (2) back of the wrist bone.

(1) Between the wrist bone and the hand (thanks to certifiedfryguy on Seiko & Citizen subforum for pic):



(2) Back of the wrist bone (thanks to Motorcityjoe on Seiko & Citizen subforum for pic):

 

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As I've said before, my wrist has no protruding bone. So I wear mine pretty far up against the back of the hand. So between, I guess.
 

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The proper location for a wristwatch is on the actual wrist. Wearing one on any other part of the arm looks ridiculous, IMO. Nothing looks worse than a manacle of metal choking the life out of the base of someone's hand, except maybe a watch that's doubling as a bangle bracelet half way up the forearm.
 

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my problem is fine-tuning the adjustment; right now it's lose enough that if my arms are down at my sides, the watch slides up and over the wristbone onto my wrist. the picture below is where it usually sits. if i remove a link, then the watch will sit snugly down by my wrist bone, but then pinches and restricts movement every time i move my wrist.

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At what location on my wrist do I wear my watch?

On my wrist, of course.

IMO you need to clarify what you meant by "back of the wrist." By "back of the wrist," do you mean on the arm behind the wrist bone (which I suspect), or do you mean over the wrist? I wear mine on the latter location, which if I understand your poll choices correctly, is not offered as an answer.
 
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