Buying the perfect watch is often a daunting task as there are so many different variations and styles available on the market. It’s important to think about things such as the shape and size of the face, the width of the band, and the way in which the numerals are presented; do you like roman numerals or a normal design? Some watches do not have number markers and only have hands; others are capable of working as both a watch and a stopwatch interchangeably—also known as a chronograph watch. The important thing to keep in mind is that the type of watch you purchase should be a reflection of your style and personality.
If you’re looking for a gents titanium chronograph watch, but you aren’t sure where to start, we recommend checking out Sekonda. A Sekonda chronograph watch is a fantastic investment as they are one of the top-selling watch brands in the United Kingdom. Functional and robust, these watches come equipped with a date function, an easy to read 24-hour dial, a chronograph display and an adjustable titanium bracelet. With a stunning design and a lightweight feel, Sekonda watches combine style and class at an affordable price.
If you’re looking for something different, but still want the chronograph feature, try a Guess gold watch! Launched in 1983, Guess watches are fashion-driven timepieces that exhibit elegance and sophistication. Their styles are constantly progressing and stay in tune with today’s trends, which makes it easy to select the perfect watch for your wrist. Chronograph watches for men embody a masculine design and an advanced technology with an independent sweep second hand that can be started, stopped and reset with ease. A fancy twist on your average silver watch, a Guess gold watch is the perfect way to stand out from the crowd and leave your onlookers taken aback.
Of course there are many brand names making fashion-forward watches so we urge you to check out as many as possible before choosing your new timepiece.
Did You Know?
The first wristwatch was made for Countess Koscowicz of Hungary, by Swiss watch manufacturer Patek Philippe in 1868.