People often wonder the right hand or manner in which they are supposed to wear their watches. Here is the deal.
Wear your watch on your weaker hand. If you’re right-handed, your watch should be on your left wrist. And if you’re southpaw, your watch should be on your right wrist. The idea is for your stronger hand to free for work and other activities. It’s just like talking on the phone: we use our weaker hands.
Also, place your watch just above your wristbone to avoid discomfort. Your watch shouldn’t be worn on your wristbone and should be tight enough that it doesn’t go below it. When your watch goes below your wristbone, it looks as if it’s really not your watch because if it’s yours it should fit perfectly.
Rock your watches right.