What To Look For in a Quality Travel Watch
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Whether you’re getting ready to board the plane to Fiji or Finland, there’s no reason not to bring along a high quality, luxury watch with you. Picking the right watch is essential, and one that requires some strategy. Will you splurge for the watch of your dreams? Finding a quality watch you can depend on is important as you venture around the globe, wherever it may take you. Whatever high quality watch you decide on, you’ll also need to consider the area of the world you’ll be in. An indulgent purchase like a luxury watch could make you susceptible to crime if you don’t consider your environment. As traveling anywhere in the world goes, pick your watch accessory with some tenacity, style and price range in mind and you can’t go wrong.
Two Time Zones in One
One of the most irritating things about travel (whether you’re moving through different time zones or not) is not knowing what time zone you are currently in! A typical watch can give you your exact time, but a good quality travel watch will offer two time zones in one. The face of your watch should show what time it is in your country/area of travel while it also shares a space to demonstrate where you’ve been. If you are eager to Skype to your friends or family back home about your exciting travels, it’s a helpful convenience to have two time zones show up on your watch at once. When jet lag just isn’t acceptable, your high quality travel watch can steer you back in the right direction, immediately.
A Diving Watch, When the Mood Strikes!
One of the greatest things about traveling is the opportunity to seize each and every moment, wherever that should take you! And, there’s nothing more helpful when you’re traveling then a watch you can take anywhere, anytime. So, what happens when you land near the Great Barrier Reef, Australia and can’t resist taking a dip in its angelic waters? If you have ever dreamed of sailing through the beautiful reef, swim with the tortoises or just want to admire the free swimming dolphins as you float on your back nearby, you’ll need a watch that can handle the water as well as you can. A good travel watch should have a glow in the dark feature, and a time piece that is fit to read easily in land or water.
Don’t Get Lost!
If you’re a travel guru (and a well-experienced one at that!) then you know that getting lost from time to time comes with adventure. Especially if you’re planning on a trip to a foreign country, it’s important to invest in a watch that offers handy features, such as a barometer, thermometer and compass. With the right travel watch, you can pick and choose what features are most important for you and your travels. Is having a compass the most important safety feature for you, or do you prefer having all three? Wherever your travels take you, take along a travel watch that meets all your needs and you’re never find yourself misguided.
Author Bio: Ethan S. writes on behalf of MoroccoTours.org, your source for North African tours and Moroccan Adventure travel.