Find the Right Watch for Your Wrist With These Tips
Watches come in a wide variety of sizes, as do wrists. These helpful tips will help you never buy a watch that looks too big or too small while wearing.
In this video, Antonio Centeno of Real Mean Real Style talks about five things to consider when buying a watch: case diameter, case thickness, strap width, strap material, and watch parts and components. However, the most important thing is the diameter of the watch case or the size of the main body of the watch. The wrong size will look uncomfortable, and it all depends on the thickness of your wrists. If your wrist circumference is 6 to 7 inches, you should stick with watches with a case diameter of 38 to 42 mm. If you have a larger wrist with a circumference of 7.5 to 8 inches, you should choose a case with a diameter of 44 to 46 mm. You can find helpful charts and graphs at the link below.
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