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Most men are not into accessories like bracelets, chains and rings; but the table turns when it comes to watches. There's something about a wristwatch that defines a man. It tells character, status, preference, and, of course, time.
Here are our top ten watches for men that are available online. They're all top-grade and hand-picked to fit every type of guy out there – from the outdoor sports enthusiast to the gentleman wearing a suit.
Seiko 5 Sports SNZF15K1SGD 171.8
Seiko Premier Quartz SKP398P1SGD 449.25
Tissot Le Locle AutomaticSGD 890
Orient RA-AG0028L00CSGD 255
Garmin Fenix 5xSGD 999
Fossil Q Venture Gen 4 FTW6018SGD 456.3
Casio G-SHOCK GW-9400-3DSGD 293
Apple Watch Nike+ Series4SGD 599
Nixon 51-30 ChronographSGD 358.8
Michael Kors MK8405SGD 206
How to choose a man's watch?
Although watches look equal at first glance, they're not. They are sophisticated and require a lot of attention. However, we're not going to get into in-depth details with regards to the mechanism of a chronometer. We're here to help you choose the best one for you. Here's a quick guide that you should check to make the most out of your money.
Traditional vs Smartwatch
The first thing you need to consider when buying a watch is to choose between a traditional and a smartwatch.
There are many types of traditional watches, but they are generally categorised based on their movement – mechanical, automatic, and quartz. Mechanical and automatic watches run without a battery while quarts will need a new one every couple months.
Smartwatches, on the other hand, will need to be recharged on a daily, weekly, or even monthly basis depending on your usage. The key difference between traditional watches and smartwatches is simple; the former can only provide the basics such as time with a couple of straightforward feature such as recording time. The latter can pair with your phone and help your life and work easier through technology.
When it comes to aesthetics though, nothing can beat a traditional watch. It looks and feels alive compared to a modern smartwatch. Granted that it doesn't have all the bells and whistles, but it does a soul, which makes it timeless.
Modern watches are often always super accurate, especially when it's quartz or a smartwatch. However, when it comes to mechanical or automatic watches, there are times where they need to be tuned up.
If you want a watch that won't fail you when it comes to telling time, you'd want to avoid an automatic or mechanical watch. They do look better and are more sophisticated due to all the working gears they have, but they lose accuracy over time and needs to be maintained. The amusing thing about them though is that they do not need a battery to tell time.
Metal, Rubber, or Leather Straps
Lastly, you should also think about the watch strap. It's often disregarded, but choosing a strap you're not comfortable can be a nightmare as you'll be wearing it throughout the day. And if you want to change into a new strap, it's going to cost you even more. Always think about your comfort first before getting a watch just because it looks great. There are three types of straps to choose from: metal, rubber, and leather. Each type has its pros and cons; you’ll need to get what you feel works best with your wrist.
Watches are like dogs; they're a man's best friend – just not living. If you're a person who cares about time, buying a wristwatch is never a bad move, no matter how expensive. It's an investment that will help you manage your time better. Plus, it adds a style and shows a bit of who you are.
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