This is a farily inane topic, but after seeing lots of pictures of watches on wrists, something continues to stand out at me. Before I start, I would like to say, the watch is personal and there is no right or wrong way to wear your own watch. Having said that, a lot of people here seem to wear their watch very low down, practically touching the back of their hand. This strikes me as odd with the Apple Watch for 3 reasons. 1. The heart rate sensor protrudes out the back, almost perfectly designed to fall between the radius and ulnar bones in your arm. 2. With the watch so low down, it restricts movement of the wrist. For example, I spent a lot of my time crawling around on the floor playing with my daughter, something I couldn't do with the watch so low down, not without damaging myself or the watch. 3. It looks like it would be pressing the digital crown accidentally all the time. So, thats my train of thought, it looks odd to me that the back of your hand could touch the watch. So how do you wear yours? And if you do wear it down by your hand, do you still find it comfortable/functional?