What To Look For When Buying A Watch

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Before you buy a watch, it is a good idea to think about two things:

1. How much am I going to use this watch for, and

2. What am I going to wear it with (if you are wearing a watch anywhere in particular, that is).

If you are going to use the watch to help carry out some activities in your day-to-day life (“ego- banging” as they say in the UK), one of the first things you may want to consider is to consider its colour. There are two main options: black and white. Black is, of course, the classic colour choice for a watch, and also the colour of the earth, which suggests itself as the colour of the watch in a slightly futuristic sort of way. White is also a cool colour to wear on a big watch, but again, if you are going to be wearing the watch in a formal setting, with a suit, or “well-tailored black suit”, then white might not give you the right impression. A fresh and exciting colour option for a watch: orange. orange is, after all, the colour of hearts; and, as a watch colour, it is a bold, cheerful and fun colour that is sure to get you noticed. You can easily brighten up a grey or solid day with a bright orange watch. There are of course tonnes of orange-coloured watches out there, but a few of the more notable ones are proposed below.

Citizen Eco-Drive Origins

An eco-Drive watch is a watch that receives its juice not from the sun, but from the sun. Eco-Drive watches got their name from the fact that their creators were environmental scientists; in the 1970s and 1980s, up until the mid-2000s, a lot of research was being done on ways to induce the use of renewable resources cheaply and regularly. These watches were, and are, therefore, an eco-friendly choice (not to mention affordable) when you are looking for a watch that will last you a long time, give you a good value for your money and help you make a true contribution to saving the earth.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Millet

Perhaps the best-known example of contemporary, high-quality watchmaking, Jaeger-LeCoultre created the Millet series. The Jaeger-LeCoultre Millet is a soft and curvy timepiece that is made for a lady with a curvy figure. The timepiece comes in either rose-gold or silver-tone, and both have the signature Jaeger-LeCoultre hammered finish. The rose-gold models have a pink dial whilst the silver-tone watches have grey dials. With orange accents on the dial of both orange and silver-tone models, these watches certainly stand out from the crowd, especially their soft colours and rounded designs.

Android Men’s Impulse Sport

With Android’s Impulse sport watch, the company really came into their own. Being innovative and unique is enough to get one merch the wild. The dial on the Impulse is an amazing mixture of blue, purple, black and orange; it is also sports the Sepia butterfly watch logo, a cappella rose motif which is an interesting touch. There are also three different colours for the stitching: silver-tone, black-top and purple-tone.minute markers and hour positions are also in contrasting colours: blue for the minutes; lilac for the hour; and black for the second.

Cartier Ballon Bleu Yours

Cartier’s Ballon Bleu watch comes in male and female versions and both have an almost identical design. The male’s model has a triple strap set that is security for the jewellery; there are also clear front and bezel options. There are also two colour options: silver-tone, and black. Both have the Cartier signature emblem at the 12:00 marker.

Christian Dior New 70

The New 70 from Christian Dior doesn’t have Rose and grey dials, but that doesn’t matter. What it has are large, chunky and striking stainless steel watch-arms. The visible case-making scales mean that it is one of the most striking looking men’s watches to have graced the wrists of both kings and socialites.

Citizen Eco-Drive Heartsilver

One of the most remarkable men’s watches to have graced the wrists of both John Wayne and the great humans of history is the Heart Thurlet from Citizen – the only watch with its own lethal handheld lethal weapon. Attaching the watch to a suitably fitted wrist is easily enough, but what makes it truly noteworthy is the long, graceful and graceful design of the watch-arm.

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