Watches are more than timepieces for it can also reflect your style and your personality as a whole. Buying a watch is truly a bewildering experience but if you know what factors to consider, you can find the watch that suits you best in no time.
Here are the factors to consider when picking for the right luxury replica watches:
You must know that there are different types of watches to include the following:
having a minute hand and hour hand. There are modern analog watches that offer a third second hand for greater accessibility.
After narrowing the watch type, you should consider the watchband. The different types of watchbands – classic two-piece band, unique two-piece band, bracelet and rally band. The classic two-piece band features a spring-loaded and double-ended pin on both sides. The unique two-piece hand, on the other hand, comes in the double ridge, contrast stitching, and exotic leather strap.
The bracelet band adds sophistication and visual appeal. It is water-repellant and for casual wear. Finally, the rally band is made of leather. It also comes with a flexible and breathable strap.
Now that you know the watchband, the next thing to do is to choose a band material. These materials include leather, plastic, rubber, stainless steel, fabric, and ceramic. The choice of the material will be entirely up to you.
When you come across watch size, there are three things that you should remember – case diameter, case thickness, and band width. Case diameter involves the dial of the watch. Keep in mind that the larger the case diameter, the better suited it is for dress wear. Anything below 38mm is considered jewelry for women.
The case thickness is relative to the case diameter. For watches with 44 mm or more in diameter, the thickness goes above 9 mm. For watches with 40 mm in diameter, the case thickness would be around 7 mm. Larger wrists should have wider bands that range from 22 to 24 mm. For smaller wrists, they should have narrower bands that range from 18 to 20 mm.
You should be aware that there are three main types of movements – battery, mechanical and quartz. The battery is the most common and inexpensive watch movement you can buy. Mechanical watches, on the other hand, present a different kind of movement technology. Quartz movement is preferred because it demands little effort when it comes to maintenance.