What is a left hand watch?
– “Left hand” watches are known for their opposite crown layout of standard watches. The crown and pushers of a left handed watch are located on the left side of the watch case. Left handed watches have become popular with people who wear watches on their left wrist, and have grown tired of the crown digging into their hand. With a left handed watch, on the left wrist, the crown has no contact with your hand, allowing for more free movement of your hand while wearing a watch. Initially, left hand watches were made for those who wear watches on their right hands.