under or over?

#4
super-boots said:
i cant help it its one of them things i saw me dad an grand dad wear it that way it rubbed off on me! plus " it dont chafe!" :dwarf:
We were taught to wear our watches that way at school when in the lab or doing engineering. Given the number of scratched watch-glasses I have, wearing one's watch under the wrist seems eminently sensible. Well done Boots!
 
#6
I remember that a number of North Western Road Car Company drivers used to wear their watches "face" down. It was so they could read the time while steering the bus.
 
#7
Passed-over_Loggie said:
I remember that a number of North Western Road Car Company drivers used to wear their watches "face" down. It was so they could read the time while steering the bus.
they can't have had their hands in the correct position for driving then - why am I not surprised ...
 
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