How to Choose a Watch

How to Choose a Watch

Postby koimaster » December 10th 2017, 11:06am

With all the different kinds of watches on the market, which will suit you the best? If you’re going to invest in a watch, it might as well look stylish and feel comfortable on your arm. Plus, it’s wise to invest in a watch that’ll last for years, regardless of how often you wear it.

When people talk about buying a watch, the first thing that comes to mind is style. Do you want a casual watch? A dress watch? Or a work watch? There are plenty of stylish options to choose from, and more! This also concludes the amount of money you’re willing to invest in your watch.


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Re: How to Choose a Watch

Postby conjurer » December 10th 2017, 8:56pm

Does nobody ever fucking edit anymore? It's like a fucking third-grader wrote this shit!
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Re: How to Choose a Watch

Postby Hawk » December 10th 2017, 9:29pm

That thing needs more than editing. Killing it with fire might be a good start.
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Re: How to Choose a Watch

Postby foghorn » December 11th 2017, 4:58am

The writer needs to go to his nearest Tourneau,spend 3 hours viewing and taking notes on various watches of all styles,go have a coffee somewhere and review his notes, return to Tourneau with a well thought out choice of watch,pay for the watch, find the closest fine dining establishment and get a table tucked in a private corner, unbox his new and perfectly chosen watch,polish the case and crystal, and shove it directly up his ass!

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Re: How to Choose a Watch

Postby Rusty » December 11th 2017, 9:45am

I think the writer couldn’t wait to get to the question, “Does size matter?”

Everyone knows that you don’t pick a watch, the watch picks you.
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