As title? When we move our arms to look at the watch, is it not more natural to move the dominant hand?
As a lefty/lefty guy, I do get my share of bumps, near misses and "oh craps". (I'm a pretty clumsy dude however.) Put a watch on my right wrist one night but it seemed unnatural.Simple, it does not run the risk of being damaged being on the non-dominant arm.....
Right handed and wear the watch on the right wrist. I had a similar situation as well in that I think it was just easier to buckle the watch with my left had so it went on the right wrist. Still to this day can't buckle a watch with my right hand.I'm left handed and wear my watch on my right. I found that my first watch, a Mickey Mouse model, used to catch on pages during school, moved arms and never went back.