When I first began working for First Class Watches I instantly fell in love with the stunning items the company had to offer. However, when it came to the descriptions; the technicalities and the engineering of these gorgeous designs, I was clueless. If you haven’t been accustomed to watches in your life, then the likely hood that you would know all of the technical terms that actually allow you to know the quality of the watches is slim. So read this A beginners guide to watches to get all that knowledge.
If this to you doesn’t seem like something important, then let me put it this way. When you are looking for a long term relationship, and you find someone who is drop dead gorgeous, and you are blinded by this beauty, you are all in for this relationship. But, when you have spent time together, you realise some things aren’t quite right, maybe there are flaws in this person. Maybe they are not actually that fast, or reliable? Or maybe they look good, but they don’t possess the qualities you need to keep you stimulated in your life? You start to regret your sudden investment in this person and wonder if they were worth your time, energy and excitement. This person is just not the right fit for your life. That feeling is what you get when you don’t look into the ins and outs of a person. That feeling is what you also get when you buy a stunning watch that simply does not provide the functions you need to help you with your life.
A watch is simply an extension of our personality, something we wear and treasure every day. An item that goes with our personal style. So beautiful readers, today I will talk you through all of the watch terms that get thrown around. So when you find your perfect watch, you know its more than just looks… I cant give you a guide to your perfect partner but what I can give you is A beginners guide to watches.
A Beginners Guide to watches- The Crown.
A watch crown is basically the remote control for some watches. It is located on the side of the watch, it is like a tiny circular head that you can use to stop time. Also, it has many other functions, such as stopping and setting the time, setting the date, setting the day and any other functions your watch includes. So if you are a person who loves to control time (I wish I could) then this is an ideal setting for you.
If you love this feature then the Oris Womens Aquis Diamond set steel watch in a stunning blue dial or a silver tone.
A beginners guide to watches- The Bezel.
A Bezel, also around the visible surface of the watch face. It is the top ring that surrounds the crystal. Every single watch has a bezel in some form, no matter if it is a small, large or movable. Some watches have rotating bezels.
These two gorgeous watches by Victorinox have rotating bezels coming in two beautiful materials, a stunning Swiss Army Mens Maverick Small Black Ion Plated Stainless Steel. Or a beautiful Swiss Army Maverick Black Leather Strap Date Display. Both of these watches are a beautiful addition to your wardrobe.
A Beginners guide to watches- Chronographs.
Chronograph watches are often very beautiful and they give a very useful function. Chronographs make intermediate measurements and provide a very accurate measurement of time. Coming with dates, days, times and seconds which are all accurate. If you love beautiful watches with extreme accuracy, then a chronograph watch is perfect for you.
These beautiful Thomas Sabo watches are a perfect example of chronograph and style. Coming in a beautiful Black and Rose gold, a divine stainless steel and a stainless steel and rose gold.
A beginners guide to watches- The Dial.
A dial is the circular part of the watch with the time and everything on it, it is also called the face often. Dials come in all shapes and colours. I personally think the more interesting the better.
This stunning mother of pearl dial with a beautiful rose gold casing by guess is a fabulous dial colour.
Or a beautiful floral embellishment by Cath Kidson is the way to go if you are a fan of floral.
A beginners guide to watches- Bracelets and Straps.
Finally, Bracelets and Straps are also a good thing to know about, they are the strap that goes around the wrist.
The only difference between these two items is that one of them is that a bracelet is metallic like this stunning Stainless Steel Blue dial watch with a silver bracelet by Calvin Klein.
If you go for a strap they can come in all other materials, like this beautiful White Leather Watch by Boss.
Or this stunning Plastic Rose gold and Brown Patterned watch by GUESS.
The different designs and features you can get with watches are perfect for fitting your everyday needs, so with this A beginners guide for watches have a look around before you fall in love, so that you know the relationship with your stunning accessory will last.
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