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I figured I should start a blog thread for myself. I broke my arm last week while riding a airwheel (self balancing unicycle). Now none of my watches fit. :(
Wearing a watch on my right arm just doesn't feel right so I'm watchless for the next 6 weeks.




 

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Ouch!

Hope it heals quickly.

How about a pocket watch? For your right pocket that is.

Crap I'd be going nuts if I had a broken arm(left). It means no
driving...no watch....etc...etc :(

On the bright side I wouldn't have to shovel snow :)
 

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I had a similar issue after shoulder surgery earlier this year. I feel your pain.

Got any more info/pics on the unicycle thingy though, looks fun. Well till you fall off and brak your arm anyway.
 

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Sorry to see that you had an accident. Two years ago I seperated my left shoulder mountain biking in Colorado. A was lucky that I could still wear a watch. Perhaps an extra long strap would be an option? Hope everything heals without complication.
 

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I'm two weeks in and feeling quite a but better. I'm getting used to wearing a watch on my right wrist. I get my cast changed tomorrow. Something to look forward to... :)

It's a pain for me to type but I will tell you more about my wheel adventures soon. It's a pretty amazing device. Hopefully no more bad crashes... lol
 

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I decided to organize all my watch stuff today and snapped a picture. When I first joined this site and someone said "welcome to the addiction" they weren't lying!

 

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The airwheel is 100% legit. My arm is all better but my shoulder has a ways to go. You'd think I wouldn't get back on it but Im excited for spring and a new riding season. hehe
 
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