Wristwatches can be worn on the right wrist or to the left, the choice is purely personal. Traditionally, watches are worn on the left wrist. This could be due to the fact, since many people are deft, and it is easier to adjust the time with the knob located on the right side of the watch, like men’s luxury watches.
Place the watch on your wrist so that the number six on the line closest to the thumb. This step ensures that the watch is oriented in the right direction and that you will be able to read the mechanical watch easily once it is connected.
Set the watch. For a strap style that fits the wrist, insert one end of the strap through the buckle and insert the catch pin into a hole, such as putting on the waistband, so you feel comfortable at the wrist. Make sure the watch on your wrist so the watch is neither too tight (to block blood circulation) or too loose (so it falls on the wrist and hand, possibly coming off completely). Watches with elastic bands go around the hand at the wrist. Closed-style watches require catching the opponent with the ring closure and breaking the closed closure to set the watch.
Inform your local jewelry store for posting. Jewelry personnel are experts in assembly watches. This step may be necessary if the watch you are using has metal links since such models require special tools to remove the links so that the watch is set correctly. Personal jewelries are also equipped to repair leather watches or rubber strap should break the watch straps.