I usually have these two Vosoks mis-aligned so the notch is at the 0-3-6-9 position. Absolutely no idea why...
...and even less idea why the white one has the bezel aligned normally.
for other watches, I do use the bezels for timing and as another poster said, I often forget to reset them afterwards.
I also have a few watches with 12h bezels, which are usually set to show GMT against the hour hand and similarly rotating bezels on my GMT watches are usually adjusted to show London or Sydney time against the GMT hand.
Same as others above. It's off when I leave it from last use. It could stay like that for days. I may reset it when I'm bored and I fiddle with the bezel during boring calls / meetings. I may reset it straight away after timing something. No rules, no OCD here on that front, at least.
My dad commonly does it unintentionally. EVERY time I see him, I notice that the bezel on his watch is ALWAYS sitting in a random spot for no reason whatsoever, other then that it shifted and he never noticed. I noticed it last a month ago when he was visiting just before I took him to the airport. It was too late to try unseizing it with water and soap at home so I have no idea when it will ever be reset to the regular sitting position
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