Left-hand watches for men: 11 legendary watches visible right at home on either wrist
Unlike left-handed scissors and left-handed can openers, the best left-handed watches aren’t just for men. The so-called “destructive” watches (i.e. those with the crown on the left side of the case) were originally designed to be worn on the right wrist (the original Italian word for “right”) and making it easier for right-handers to wind their watches with their dominant hand. After Rolex launched a destructive version of the GMT-Master II earlier this yearhowever, left-hand drive watches are on the rise and not just among lefties. Whether you’re a true left-hander, a collector looking for something unique to be versatile on your next visit. Meeting RedBarOr just someone who likes the feel of a watch on your right wrist, these wristwatches — the best left-handed watches you can buy right now — will make you itch.
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