As a long time watch collector I am not ready to give up my collection of traditional mechanical wristwatches just because of the arrival of the Apple Watch. I still value the fine art and skill of traditional mechanical watchmaking and plan to continue to wear them along WITH the Apple Watch. I've seen some threads here where people caution against being "THAT person" who wears a watches on both wrists. So here's my solution to the dilemma: I'm going to wear the Apple Watch with the case facing down and have installed an aftermarket polished tungsten bracelet onto the Apple Watch to dress it up and make it look more like a jewelry piece rather than just a watch. I was always someone who used to wear a bracelet on my right wrist that would match the watch that I was wearing on the left. So the Apple Watch has now displaced my collection of bracelets. I was curious if there were any other traditional watch enthusiasts here who have chosen to "double wrist" it.