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Why wear Mechanical/Automatic Watch

Posted by Jason Zheng on

With technology developing, apple watch, quartz watches (battery operated watch) keeping time more accurately, we wonder why somebody would wear an automatic/ mechanical watch which requires winding to set your time and date every day. By setting the time/date first thing in the morning it reminds you how precious time is. Personally, ever since using a mechanical/automatic watch I have always valued mine and others time. Every day you get reminded how short the day is and by setting the date you start knowing the date automatically without checking your phone when others ask what the date is. Sometimes there is...

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What should be in your watch collection

Posted by Howon Noh on

To cover all your bases you should own 2-3 watches. Using different color straps help you get away with only 2-3 watches in your collection. During the summer nato, wood, metallic straps are preferred while during the winter a leather, and wooden watch straps are recommended.  Dress watch is a must for everyone. Not only does it cover your casual outfit, but it covers all the professional occasion. You do not want to wear something else besides a dress watch when you're wearing a dress suit. Depending on your outfit matching your watch strap with your shoes or belt adds a...

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How to pick your watch size

Posted by Howon Noh on

Traditionally, dress watches are made smaller than sports watches. Choosing your Watch size will vary on your wrist size and shape. Depending on your size and shape consider looking into the diameter, lug size, and thickness. Try out many watches and see what type of wrist you have. Following is a general watch sizing guide you can use. 

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How to maintain a mechanical/automatic watch

Posted by Howon Noh on

1. Never wind your watch when you're wearing it. When you try and wind while wearing the watch we exert more force on one side of the crown which will damage the watch in the long run. 2. Never set your date when the time is in between 9pm to 3am. 9pm to 3pm is where a lot of stress occurs on the gears. A general rule is to set your time to 6'o clock. Set the date (if it is the 15th set the date to the 14th) and then set the time. 3. Don't rest your watch too long...

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