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26 Jun

A Watch for Everyone




The watch you wear says a lot about you and is a statement of your personal style. A watch is more than a way to check the time and can change the look of your outfit in a snap. For example, a dress watch can change the appearance of jeans and a t-shirt, making you look elegant, confident and relaxed.


A woman’s watch is often part of her jewelry and is available in various styles. A watch that is delicate and embedded with small stones may depict a calm personality, while bolder watches with large, colorful stones showcases a more exuberant style. More rugged watched with simple leather or canvas strap portray a rough and tough outlook. Literally, there is a watch for every mood and every style.Hublot BigBang 4000m

Men, on the other hand tend to view a watch as more of a functional style statement. For example Hublot Oceanographic, Diver 4000 Meter watch is made out of carbon fiber, outer components of the case are held in place with black pvd titanium screws. The watch is powered by a HUB 1401 caliber automatic movement. The style of a man’s watch typically varies, based on the man’s age and profession. Many men like to wear a chunky watch, which is large and has a sporty look. Other men like to wear a Retro watch that has a classic look. Mechanical watches are also popular—these watches give the wearer a view of the cogs and dials inside the watch.

Gold and silver tone watchMale or female, many people prefer to wear gold and silver watches because of their effortless style, while other people choose watches with leather straps because of their classic appeal.

While opinions vary as to what is the best watch style, one thought is consistent: avoid imitation status watches. Rather than giving off the impression that you’re trying to be someone you’re not, there are plenty of watch options within your price range that can make just the right statement.


Practiced horology since the age of 15, successfully took apart, cleaned and assembled a Rolex Submariner Cal. 3135 at the age of 19, further improved his watchmaking skills with NAWCC School of Horology. “It has been 15 years since I took apart my first watch, my goal is to repair every timepiece ever produced”.

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