Mens Watches· Case Sizing - Case sizing is extremely important too. Usually, all mens watches have a case diameter or width of thirty five millimeters, which is about 1.5 inches whilst women’s watches are quite small in size.
· Case Materials - judge and Compare the durability and style of the case materials. The most of the wrist watches have a case made of stainless steel to reservation the movement and the dial of watch. This material is both tough and attractive as it resists discoloration as well as corrosion. Titanium is an added watch case material that's gaining popularity among luxury watchmakers. It is as solid as stainless steel but its way lighter. 22k 18k, 14k and gold is also used as case material for classic luxury watches.
· Band Length - The band length is the band measurement by the buckle to the last hole in band. Generally, watches for men have a band length of 7.5 inches to 8.5 inches as well as women's watches have a band length up to 6.5 to 7.5 inches. While most watches for boys are made on the standard sizes, some tend to be on the same side.
Shades Of Grey:
Whilst it might not sound like the most exciting of color trends, in the right hands grey could give a watch a subtle personality change, one that makes dress designs a little less austere and also lends day wearers a touch a lot of elegance.
The Quartz Comeback:
Quartz watches for boys have undergone some of a rep rehabilitation in the last couple of years. Once looked down on by watch snobs as missing craftsmanship, the new generation is eschewing the doubtful build quality of its predecessors in pursuit of something a lot more luxurious.
Automatic mens watches are quite much just like the mechanical - they are powered by a mainspring and also use intricate gears to move the watch hands - other than they do not require the user to hand wind the watch to keep it ticking. As an alternative, the movement all through the day winds up the mainspring whilst you wear the watch.