Tips & Guides
Research today estimates that 20 – 30% of people searching the web for watches are searching for counterfeits that could pass for the real thing.
It is a recognised fact that the wristwatch has evolved from just that gadget that tells us the time, to an accessory to our dressing and in some cases a piece of jewelry that enhances our status.
Before buying that watch, remember that broadly speaking a wristwatch is made up of five parts: the case, the band, the movement, the crystal and the dial. Having considered the case, the band and the movement, now let’s look at the others.
Get to know your watch.
Before buying a phone, many us would have put some time and effort into researching the phone its functions and so on, but how many of us give half as much time and thought into buying a wristwatch?
We grew up believing certain truths to be indispensable and accepted them as norms in society. Some rules of social acceptability such as speech eloquence, impeccable habits, and proper dress etiquette, exerted pressure on us to conform.