Watches can be an intimidating subject. Not only are nice ones often very expensive, but people who really know about watches are passionate and often very knowledgeable on the subject. If you feel overwhelmed, don’t worry, I was right there with you not that long ago. But I took the leap into the world of watches, and am so glad I did.
Watches represent a person’s connection with time in a way that a phone does not. The watch is always on your wrist as a reminder of the limited time you have to live your life, and a reminder to make the most of it. In addition, it’s far easier to check the time in a way that isn’t nearly as rude as pulling out a phone, and simply having a watch on your wrist really separates you from the crowd in today’s smart-phone driven world.
In this episode, I get into the 5-steps to remember when purchasing a watch. This is especially important for the novice or first-time watch buyer, as there is a plethora of options when it comes to watches, and it is easy to feel overwhelmed. So save this show notes page so you can reference it whenever you decide to take the plunge into the exciting world of watches!
- Watches are as much jewelry as functionality
- Watches aren’t about telling time, but a man’s relationship with time
- The best watches are the ones that you actually wear
5 Things to Look at When Buying a Watch:
- Frequency of wear
- Your personal needs and requirements
- Your professional needs
- The signal that you desire to send
- Resale value
Use the above 5-step method to purchase a watch you really love and will wear for a long time, and wear it regularly to stand out from the crowd.