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Looking for a new Watch?

Looking to buy a new watch? Well, which watch is for you? Let's face it, they were all designed to do the same thing, tell time. There are quartz, digital, eco-drive, Kenetic, manual wind and self winding watches. There are small watches and most popular today, the HUGE watches. There are chronographs (stop watch) and watches with alarms. There are designer watches, plain watches and watches with bling. There are gold, silver, titanium, plastic and black metal watches. There are delicate watches and rugged watches. Some have plastic crystals, some have mineral glass crystals and some have sapphire crystals. So, which one is for you? 

Just a few pointers. Most people look at a watch and say, that's a nice looking watch and buy it. Many people after they buy it have different opinions. Some buy chronographs because they do look neat, but if you have no use for the stop watch feature, it can be difficult to read when taking a quick glance at your wrist. 

Reseach shows that most people that wear watches are 35 and older. It just so happens, that is the age where our eye sight is not what it used to be and you wish you had a slightly bigger watch. One easy to read.

Some of us is looking at craftsmanship, and want a high grade, expensive watch. Something they can wear everyday and hand it down to their kids. 

I guess what I am saying is, take your time and get the watch that suits you, not your impulse. And if you have any questions, you can always ask The Watch Doctor.


Below are examples of what I am talking about. The first watch is a neat looking watch but after just a few days of wearing this watch I am sure you would be wishing you had picked another watch. It's just too busy and not easy to read. Lets face it, when we look at our watch to see what time it is, we only look for a split second. I still like looking at my wrist better than digging that phone out of my pocket and turning it on to see what time it is. 

Now, the other two watches, nice looking watches that are simple to read with big numbers and is legible in the dark. Sometimes simple is better.

It's all a matter of taste. 

If you haven't seen the watch you are quite looking for don't give up. Take a look at the JomaShop page. 















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