One of the most important accessories that a man can own is the watch. Not only is it an essential tool for helping you tell what the time is but it is also something that helps elevate your current style as well.
If you are in the market to buy one of the best men’s watches out there, then read further to find out some things to consider when getting one.
How you choose to live your life can help you determine the right watch for you. Ideally, you want to buy at least two different watches so that you can wear one that is appropriate for the occasion.
A dress watch is always preferred if you are going to more formal events since it is more subtle and will not get in the way when you are rocking that suit. However, it may not be the best one to wear if you are going on a marathon or cycling, though.
If you have a more active lifestyle, I suggest that you buy either a field watch, a dive watch, a chronograph watch, or even a smartwatch for those new-age men. These watches have more robust materials and have much bigger displays so that you can easily tell different important metrics that are used in whatever activities that you intend to do.
Buying two different watches is always ideal, but if your money only permits you to buy only one, then consider your current lifestyle and see which one has more bearing. Look at the Watch Face
Although men’s watches generally have much bigger watch faces compared to ladies’ watches, it is still best that you get one that is relative to the size of your wrist. Although we are now moving towards the trend of oversized watches, you still want to get one that fits your wrist nicely.
As a general rule, buy a watch that has both the upper and lower lugs situated within your wrist as that is your indication if the watch is too big for you or not.
A watch’s strap is another important thing to consider when buying a watch. Ideally, you want to get one that is comfortable to wear for extended periods of time. You also want to choose one that works with the style of clothes you are currently wearing.
If you want a “jack of all trades”, I suggest that you buy a stainless steel strap. It looks stylish whether you wear one in formal events and it also looks good when you are just casually going about.
Most men need not consider colors other than metallic silver/gray, black, or brown when it comes to the strap’s colors, but it also depends on your personality. The colors I’ve mentioned are just those that men usually wear on a consistent basis, but if you want to be more expressive, you can choose whatever you want