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I have so far resized 3 watch bands so my equipment has already paid for it self. On one of the bands, I somehow installed the locking clasp backwards or at least in the opposite direction of the other watches I have. The band still looks good, fits fine, is very secure, and I just don't see the need in going through all the trouble of changing it so it faces the other way , or the way the clasps on my other watches face. Does it really make a difference?
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Well, no replies. I guess it is a no brainer type question. I suppose as long as the band clasps, then all is good whether it clasps from the right or left.
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It only makes a difference to the user

If I wore a watch on my right wrist instead of my left, I would probably want the strap or bracelet (and clasp) reversed
 
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