- Watch Care
Today's watches can do some amazing things, as well as look gorgeous. It can be difficult to narrow down all of the choices in watches to find just the right one that you’re going to love. You’ll be able to choose from watches that have multiple time zones, phases of the moon, lots of other dials and gadgets for the athletic person or just a sleek, classic style for those with simpler tastes. There seems to be never ending possibilities for your new watch.
This guide will help you narrow down those possibilities to find the perfect watch for your lifestyle. Ben David Jewelers offers several fine brands of watches to browse, all offering different features, price ranges and styles. Give some thought to some of the ideal features you’d like your new watch to have, which price range you’d like and how you wear a watch. Do you want to wear your watch when you go diving or do you take your watch off before swimming and showering? By giving some thought to your lifestyle and your dream features then you can narrow down the choices rather quickly.
- Size of Watches
- Consider Shape
There is a nice variety of sizes with watches these days. You can get one that is extremely large and overstated, or one that is quite small in a classic style. Think about your daily activities and how the size of the new watch might affect them. If you plan to wear it to work, for instance, it needs to be comfortable and not get in the way. If this watch is just for nightclubbing and social occasions then glamour is the way to go. You might want to pick out watches for each parts of your life.
Your new watch does say a lot about you. In a sense, it can be a status symbol, much like an automobile. A watch isn’t just a timepiece anymore. It says who you are, your success in your profession, your sense of style and class. There are many top name brands from which to choose at Ben David Jewelers. Stop in and browse our Michael Kors watches, Citizen watches and our estate watches.
Round isn't the only shape for a watch, anymore. The classic round shape is still the one and only shape for most, but today you have other shapes you can enjoy. You can now buy a watch that is square or rectangular with lots of variations in between. It is best to do some browsing at Ben David Jewelers before you decide on the shape for your new watch. You are likely to find that you really enjoy a different shape than you originally thought.
Your watch shape is going to represent your style and who you are. If you are a traditional person then the round might send the right message about who you are. If you love cutting edge style and expect to be noticed wherever you go then an overstated square watch might be the one for you. Shape is the first choice you make in expressing yourself in the design of your new watch.
You'll want your watch to tell time, but you might want it to do so much more. Today's technology has created all sorts of new functions for the wrist watch. You can select from many features that will make charting your athletic progress easier, monitoring your health a breeze, let you know when the ocean’s tide is low or high, the exact phase of the moon for that day, the current time in a foreign land and many other options.
Today, owning just one watch might be a little passé. You are a complex person with a great sense of style, so you might want a watch to wear when you're SCUBA diving on the weekend and another watch when you see your patients in the office. Have a watch to dazzle them at the nightclub, and another watch to wear when you visit your mom. There are many features to choose from as there are styles. Consider all of your needs and remember that you do not have to get all the features in the same watch. You can have a watch for each of the different parts of your lifestyle.
Watches come in several price ranges and the material used to make the watch is a driving factor for its price. If you would like to stay in a lower price range, you’ll likely stick with stainless steel instead of gold. If you’d like to enjoy top of the line then jewels will be involved in the inside as well as on the outside of the watch. There are many materials that go into making a precision instrument like a fine watch, such as precious metals, gemstones, and mother of pearl.
Of course, the better the materials that are used, the more beautiful that watch is going to be. Price ranges reflect style, brand name, craftsmanship and materials used in their making. The watch itself needs to be expertly crafted, but so does the wrist band. There are many different types of bands, from leather to metallic. Some bands buckle and some stretch. Stop by Ben David Jewelers to browse the many different styles and types of watches that are available. Work with the salesperson to talk about your lifestyle and how you’d like to use your new watch.