Newsletter : Cyber Monday Week – Discount Coupon on ALL watches inside!

We all like good things to be extended. So, here’s Cyber Monday, to make the spirit of Black Friday continue! It’s the last wave of the holiday sales season, so make the most of it. 250 lucky users of the coupon code CMSALEWEEK for 250 selected watches will avail an extra 10% discount on the regular prices, whereas the discount code HOLIDAYS shall bring an extra 5% off on ANY watch you want at CreationWatches.com!

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Newsletter : Cyber Monday Sale is on – Last Chance to Save up to 88% off on Watches!


This Cyber Monday, Creationwatches brings you offers that you can’t resist! On one hand, there is a 15% discount on selected 250 watches when you use the coupon code CMSALE, while on the other, we are making available the rest of the stock with an additional 8% on the regular slashed prices with the use of discount code CYBERMONDAY. Take advantage of these two seasonal deals and upgrade your dressing accessories in thoughtful, low-cost ways!


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Seamaster Planet Ocean: Suits well the wet-suit obsessed

A certain person sent us a query regarding the Omega. She seems to have grown tired of him wearing digital monstrosities even when they are out on dates. “…If the only thing that I’ve started disliking about him is wearing his G-Shocks on a romantic dinner for two. His obsession about the outdoors has now started showing a little more than it’s required and I feel afraid that in the coming days, he’s going to wear wets suit even if we want to go for a lunch at Tribeca.”

This lady is looking forward towards striking a balance between obsession and sensibility. And I feel honoured that she considered Gonzo the best person to ask if her pick is appropriate.

Okay, Lady, apart from that sumptuous James Bond flavour thrown into it, your pick easily qualifies as a hardy tool watch that also chimes in fine when you are planning to dive into delicacies. The Planet Ocean is an overall high-function instrument; real well-made pieces that are serious dive watches. The best part is, despite being more focused on the sport, it remains a fashionable choice that he can wear not only to the Tribeca but also to the Long Island East End. It’s a true luxury watch that’s built to withstand hardships and nay, you don’t even feel guilty about that.

Over these years, the Seamaster has become an icon and probably, an important watch that runs parallel with the Speedmaster Moon watch. As far as high-intensity activities go, both are sturdy and reliable and now, but my suggestion would go for the Seamaster’s higher-end cousin, the Seamaster Planet Ocean. The Co-Axial Chronometer is what the earlier Seamater has evolved into. It’s a very, very comfortable beauty on the wrist and with an in-house movement thrown into it; you can also escape the stigma that made a certain number of people avoid Omega as a whole.

What separates the Planet Oceans from the earlier ones is their Co-Axial Chronometer part. It’s Omega’s Calibre 8500 movement that showcases this feature; to be precise, it’s a revised version of the earlier co-axial escapement that strikes the difference. We haven’t had this sophisticated a movement created over assembly lines for many years. The human labour is now robot-assisted to enhance precision and if you want to quantify it, a full day given to assemble and test just one 8500 movement might give you the idea. The COSC Chronometer testing takes another 3 weeks, but that’s again a different story.

I could go on further with the black, DLC-coated, free-sprung balance wheel; the silicon balance spring (a major plus) and its dual mainspring barrels, but to wear the Planet Ocean, your S.O. really doesn’t need to know about those. It’s enough if he can just admire beauty, even nominally.

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Newsletter : BLACK FRIDAY IS HERE!

 


Black Friday? Or, is it the BLAST FRIDAY? You heard it right and you simply can’t deny! With an additional 15% off on selected 200 Watches (use Coupon code BFSALE) and 8% off on the existing slashed prices (use discount code BLACKFRIDAY), CreationWatches.com creates a tailor-made plan for you to adorn your own as well as your loved one’s wrists! But you got to hurry; good opportunities tick for just once. Once it goes, you’re bust!


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Newsletter : Black Friday Deals Week starts now!


All right! You’re just a week away from Black Friday. You know the interesting history of Black Friday, so there’s no point in repeating; rather, let’s give you the real scoop!

Creationwatches.com brings you a special Black Friday deal that stretches your dollars further. It’s not about advertising deep discounts; it’s about making you go for the watch that you fancied since long. The 10% discount on every watch you buy shall save you a little more for the rest of the fun and frolic you have kept planned. Use Coupon code BFSALEWEEK on the selected 100 and go whole hog!


Casio Baby-G BGD-501-1B
Seiko Prospex SUN049P2
Tissot T063.617.16.037.00
Orient Ballerina DM01001Y
Michael Kors MK5544
Invicta Pro Diver 8934

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Ask Gonzo ’bout Watches (XXXIX): Refreshing the Kinetic memory

Q. Dear Gonzo,

After going through the Creationwatches blog and its posts on the Seiko Kinetic, something remains unclear. Why is it that you and your team stress so much upon the Kinetic Perpetual? Is it because you guys don’t sell the other Kinetic calibres or is it just a sheer lack of knowledge? However, you don’t need to answer that question. What I really ask is if you guys could inform me – with considerable details – about the Kinetic Auto Drive, Direct Drive and Kinetic Perpetual calibres; not the watches that use them. That would really be helpful. Thanks.

A.

Hi there! Apart from all those words of praise about the Kinetic type of movements, some of which are ‘powerhouse of technological innovation’ and ‘embodiment of emotional technology’, it is hard to deny that Seiko, indeed, completes the Trinity of eco-friendly concepts in watch technology, the other two being ‘Solar’ and ‘Mechanical’.   It offers valuable additions to the ecological and convenience advantages of every Seiko Kinetic watch. But I guess you already know that

As for the ‘Perpetual’ type, you say that you’ve already read about it in our blog. However, for the ‘Direct Drive’, it doesn’t only charge with the rotor but also by winding the crown. The two-way power generation system; however, is not its only forte but also its dual indicating function.

Translated, that stands as power-reserve and power-generation indicators. Hand-winding the crown shoots the power-reserve indicating hand up and it’s a feel – in real time – about the direct transfer of power from your hands to the ESU.

Often, the Kinetic calibres also incorporate the Auto-Relay technology or the power-saving mode, which is, going into sleep mode and staying that way for four years a a stretch if left completely untouched. Here, the hands stop moving but keep calculating the passage of time, date and year accurately. You’ll find this feature mostly on the perpetual models, which I sense you scoffed at. The Calibre 7D48 is a fine example of it and it also comprises a perpetual calendar which ones set, will run till 2100.  Another example is the Calibre 5J32. This particular calibre, lovingly, is called the Auto-Drive.

Which one is better? Can’t really say, for all three are unique in their own ways. It all depends upon what you are trying to find in your watch and they are definitely not some extra-sweet eye candy. Seiko has always emphasized on taking themselves higher on the tech-ladder with their every release, the Kinetic-s are a result and proof of what they’ve managed to excel so far. And thank them that for what they have dreamt about so far, they have turned into reality. ‘Painting the Lily’ certainly doesn’t apply here.

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Newsletter : Singles’ Day Sale is now on!

Proud to be single? You bet. However, this year, be proud of pairing up with your favourite watch! It’s about being single but not about being single again! Carrying the university tradition into society doesn’t mean you can’t have something that you love. And the best part is, this pairing-up is not at all going to be bothersome or about accepting responsibilities that bind in the wrong way.

The 100 watches we have put up here are in honour of the 100th Singles Day and to add further to the celebration, they come with an additional 10% discount against the coupon code SINGLES.

Citizen Eco-Drive Chronograph CA4014-57E Men’s Watch
Citizen Chronograph Retrograde AN9000-53E Men’s Watch
Orient Automatic 100M WR Perpetual Calendar Men’s Watch
Seiko Sportura Kinetic Direct Drive SRG021P1 SRG021P Men’s Watch
Casio G-Shock Flash Alert 200M GD-400-2 Men’s Watch
Fossil Machine Chronograph FS4656 Men’s Watch
Stuhrling Original Regatta Espora Swiss Quartz 200M 417.03 Men’s Watch
Michael Kors Parker Crystal Pave Dial MK5925 Women’s Watch
Seiko Chronograph SKS417P1 SKS417P Men’s Watch

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Moving on to Movado

So here’s another favourite of mine! Now, a lot of you might ask why Gonzo never gave any hint about it earlier but hey! I do not want to make you drool and then leave you high and dry. Gone are the days when I was young and I’m still living with the curses those buxom beauties hurled at your own Gonzo. Didn’t want them counts to go any higher; even if it was for watches! It’s the team’s decision that ruled in favour of the brand that hides its tech under the classic skins, so here I am. Every Movado in CW’s current collection follows that vein and undoubtedly, these are the types for the bolder!

The Movado is not all about the Museum, you see; though it’s undoubtedly the most prominent face of Movado. You mention the name and the Museum immediately calls to your mind! Not many watches have established a landmark design so far but Movado does it without making the price factor go up insanely.  There is a sportier side to this classical beauty and though its lineage is strewn all over, the sporty type shows things that are quite different. But then again, our prime focus is upon the Museum today; we’ll talk about the rest of the Movado wonders as they start appearing on our pages one by one.

The new Museum models do not look like what they used to be earlier. They underwent slight revisions this time to suit the current mainstream culture. Now, this change certainly did not come with a bang; you can hardly notice the subtle changes. But together, they give the new Museum a whole new dimension. You can feel the change; not see it. They feel as complete as the original design concept; they feel strange – yet agreeably beautiful.

If I’m to say every fact out there about the Museum’s history, it will go out of the bounds of this page and I do not want to bore you all repeating the already known facts about its influences; the designer and the open secret behind its nomenclature. The Museum can be worn on its own merits and you don’t need to know the entire history to make one of them a part of your wardrobe. Just know this much – the Museum is one of the watches that perfectly suits the Boss attitude and also the Black Tie events; for in both cases, you do not need to keep track of time. But that aside, if you miss the ‘90s and want to own a piece of the history that combated well the digital timekeeping high,  the Movado Museum is the only way for you to go!

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Newsletter : Clearance Sale is on!

This month’s clearance sale is now on! We have 200 selected watches with a whopping 10% additional discount on them. And with Free Worldwide Shipping as always!

Get a head-start on your holiday season gift-shopping and beat the (online) crowds!

Use code CLEAR to get 10% off on these – Clearance Sale on Men’s and Women’s Watches

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Prospex soars higher with the most desirable combinations

For quite some time, watch nerds all over the world were wondering if it’s at all possible to get everything within a single package. By everything, they meant radio-sync, solar-powered movement, world-time, chronograph and a whiz wheel, which is a rotary slide rule bezel to allow easy calculations and conversions. They can be distance, fuel load, weight or speed, based upon your requirements. Seiko, after a long period of silence, responded back. And the response was enough to blow our respective minds!

So to say, they combined all those aspects to create the most complete traveller’s watch; the Seiko Prospex Radio Sync Solar World Time Chronograph. Whether you’re travelling by flight, sea or land, the new Prospex brings the professional’s precision and reliability without the complexities most fear to stay associated with such watches.

It’s precision all right, but to what extent? We don’t expect you to believe right away; it takes time to digest that it’s going to fluctuate a second every 100,000 years! Maybe your 1333rd successor will have a complaint with this piece, but not you. With the solar power thrown into the mix, it’s not going to stop either, unless you deprive it completely of light.

Are you expecting any of the existing Seiko calibres to be running the new Prospex? Surprise here, too; the 8B92 is an entirely new Radio-Wave calibre that’s more powerful than its predecessors; it is capable of receiving time signals over much wider geographical spans. Its greatly enhanced power to receive signals is a big plus to them in the habit of going places that others avoid; the best part is, auto-syncing occurs thrice a day unlike the previous one time update. Else, sync it at your will; all you’ll need is just pressing a single button. Whichever of the 25 time zones you are in, you got the freedom!

As for the exterior design, it has been tailor made to match the real-life needs of pilots/sailors/cruisers in mind. The edge of the slide rule is designed to facilitate an easy grip while the button tops come with different textures so that you can feel prior to pressing one, thus knowing first which one is it that you are pressing. The feel is different for the stopwatch, the radio sync and the world-time button. The Lumibrite is indeed BRIGHT and lasting while the ARC coated Hardlex crystal ensures very high legibility and you don’t need to look hard for reading the time.

So this time, Seiko brings you something with which you can really challenge the limits professionally or recreationally, on land, in the sky or in the water. The Prospex  has what it takes to go to the extremes! And oh, did we tell you that it’s a splits-second chronograph bringing you an almost mechanical feel?

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Newsletter : Citizen Promaster Watches on Sale

 

Citizen Eco-drive Promaster Depth Meter BJ2119-06E Men’s Watch
Citizen Promaster Eco-Drive GMT 200M BJ7080-53E Men’s Watch
Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Diver’s 200M BN0100-26E Men’s Watch
Citizen Promaster Skyhawk EcoDrive Titanium JY8000-50E Men’s Watch
Citizen Promaster Aqualand Eco-Drive Diver’s BN2021-03E Men’s Watch
Citizen Promaster Aqualand Eco-Drive Diver’s BN2024-05E Men’s Watch
Citizen Diver Depth Meter Promaster Aqualand JV0020-04E Men’s Watch
Citizen Titanium Promaster Radio Controlled World Time Men’s Watch
Citizen Aqualand Promaster Diver’s 200M JP1060-01X Men’s Watch

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Newsletter : New Seiko Automatic Watches!

This time we present you with two Seiko automatic watches that easily fit into the exotic range of affordable luxury; yet are so hard to find! The 4R35 movement based SRP769J1 and SRP769J2 are entirely Japan-made; comprises 23 Jewels, with a beat frequency of 21,600 vph or 3 Hz, which is a fine balance between longevity and performance. The material attributes for both the watches is impeccable. The SRP769J1 is in all-steel, which is good as a daily work wear and also qualifies as a semi-formal wear where as the SRP769J2, with its black leather strap, is exclusively meant to go with strictly formal dress codes. If better accuracy is what you are looking for along with good looks, don’t let these two slip out of your hands!

Get them at this price before stock’s run out :

Seiko Automatic Japan Made SRP769J1
& Seiko Automatic Japan Made SRP769J2

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The Fossil Nate 1520 Ana-Digi: It’s all about making impressions

Very few watches are actually capable enough to draw attention from newbie-s and veterans alike; even if they do, you can’t expect them to be at a comfortable price range. Well, let’s say you couldn’t; for now, something sleek yet serious is ready to storm the stage. From the house of Fossil comes the very capable and very solid Nate Ana-Digi to create an impression among those who are inclined towards styles that speak you are ‘ready for action’.

The Nate JR1520 Analog-Digital Watch is outright decked in black/gun-metal finished steel. It’s one feature that tips you about the value you’ll be getting in return. Fossil no more is a brand that creates watches just for fun; the Nate JR1520 Analog-Digital Watch is all about making the right impressions using influences from classic designs while its most notable elements and accents embrace the technologies and shapes of modernity.

In a world where we see analog and digital elements mixed every now and then, the Nate JR1507 Analog-Digital Watch competes with seasoned Japanese behemoths and their decades of experience. Fossil deftly navigates into the domains of hidden expectations and exposes a minefield, materializing an impeccable union between analog and digital components.

Credit goes to Fossil’s design crew members who studied the classical designs well enough to feature them on black steel, a task that’s quite impossible and oftentimes, ends up being just passable. However, at the same time, it greatly qualifies as a timepiece that can very well be a ‘go-to’ accessory – not just for your daily moving around but also for parties (unless a strictly formal one) and even, business meetings. But that’s something very much expected when attitude, calm and cool sensibility are mixed right and mixed to create an impact.

Now, an ana-digi watch is almost always powered by a quartz movement, unless it is a very exotic one with a quartz multifunctional system integrated to a mechanical movement inside. Even if there’s one, it would cost you more than an arm and a leg and it probably wouldn’t be as reliable, or tough or sturdy.

To maintain the price, Fossil decided not to use a typically Japanese or Swiss quartz movement but it’s no cheap, dime-a-dozen, generic movement either. It exhibits the Fossil specs which are far from being shoddy. For this isn’t built by jerry-s.

The Fossil Men’s Nate JR1520; however, is not intended for hardcore sports. While the beach-side should pose no problem, hardcore marine activities might just damage the watch up to quite a bit. No problems on land though; even a round of golf or tennis suits it fine. Even in rain, for its water resistance capability is quite surprising and establishes its position as a versatile watch!

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Casio G-Shock: Shockingly pleasant, inexpensive and radical

G-Shock GWA-1100-1A - Best Aviation G-ShockWe all love being appreciated. Yes, even me, the entity you know as Watch Gonzo – or lovingly – just Gonzo. I love that that feeling when the team members pat my shoulder in appreciation of a good post. This is exactly what happened after I completed writing this post, for more than half of the team are big G-Shock fanatics unlike me, who holds only a couple of them in very high regards. No, it’s not that I find them inferior to anything – blimey; not at all – it’s just that my inclination to a couple of sports draws me to the G-SHOCK MASTER OF G RANGEMAN and the Sky Cockpit Triple G Resist Atomic. And I’m sure there are a plethora of people all around the planet who are going to be delighted with my choice. For, I’m also sure that all those who own these two particular models are more than being just pretty content with their performance; their deliverance of high endurance, strength, style and comfort – all at a reasonable price!

However, apart from these two, I also find the entire G-Shock series beautiful due to the fact that they cater to various uses and literally, there is at least one model available for every purpose.

So, whichever G-Shock fascinates you, it’s always worth to look into the entire range when you are about to purchase a G-Shock for the first time; you may have the military design in mind but end up liking more the athletes’ or the hikers’; the hunters’ or the fisherman’s. If you are into swimming or scuba-diving or something equally specific, your choices are going to be pretty clear. But for the rest, Gonzo suggests that you browse a little bit before finally making up your mind.

The G-Shocks are also fancy, robust watches to show off, especially the multiband, solar varieties with world-time functions. Frequent travellers are going to immensely benefit from these and those who run businesses with people in other time zones Unlike purely analog watches, there’s no guesswork to be dealt with;   they are spot on accurate about depicting time in other time zones.

But hey! I’m not reviewing the Casio G-Shocks here, so getting into the minutest nitty gritty is something I’ll purposefully avoid. Instead, let’s see what are common with every G-Shock watch.

Firstly, it’s the mineral crystal windows though some (like the Sky Cockpit mentioned above) feature sapphire crystal; a quartz movement with stopwatch function (many of them are solar), 200 meters water resistance and mostly, resin bands and cases. The rest come in metal, which, despite increasing the weight to an extent, look cool and grants the watches greater versatility and toughness.

Overall, if you want something to go with boiler- as well as wetsuits, the Casio G-Shocks are going to bowl you over!

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Newsletter : Clearance Sale is now on!

 

Casio G-Shock Analog-Digital Men’s Watch
Stuhrling Original Concorso Quartz Chronograph
Tissot T-Race Chronograph Men’s Watch
Seiko Neo Sports Chronograph Men’s Watch
Hamilton Khaki Field Mechanical Men’s Watch
Citizen Eco-Drive Radio Controlled World Time

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Invicta Russian Diver: For good times, for bad times

Diver watches that can be used; not babied! That immediately brings into mind the name Seiko but well, today we are speaking not about the Japs; but Swiss. And Swiss that gives the Jap giant a tough competition on the money front. We are talking about Invicta.

For a long time, Invicta has studied, designed and built diver watches; the biggest examples are perhaps the Russian divers and there also, Invicta caters both to the mechanical and the quartz domains.

The Russian Diver is homage from Invicta to the watches once commissioned for the Russian Navy in 1959. So there’s absolutely no doubt that it’s for the adventurous and can withstand just anything that might come its way. However, the surprise is, they are not even a bit grim-faced and easily qualify as killer fashion accessories. To sum up, it’s a bold, sexy and masculine piece of accessory for the socially active man who also likes to take part in serious outdoor activities.

But then again, to err is human. Despite the A1 built and material quality, some – though scarce enough to be ignored – do not work as expected. This makes it important to buy from a reputed seller. Russian Divers at Creation Watches are of the first grade.

The Russian Diver has an impressive size alongside an impressive built! From the artistry to the finish, it’s all about a good experience both in casuals and formals. Even when you wear a blazer with jeans! It comes out crisp and clear, as much as the printing on the Russian Diver. From the crystal to the logo at the back, every Russian Diver here takes pride in being a representation of high standards throughout.

The Russian Diver comes with a solid, quality feel to it. The impression of luxury surrounding the Russian Diver is unlike the ‘to-be-babied’ types. The Russian Diver is not a subtle watch; neither is it meant for subtle treatments. Beautiful, bold and BIG timepieces with a bright Tritnite Coating as lume, stunning dials make a part of every Russian Diver. It is also one of the reasons that you will not regret buying.

There are women’s Russian Divers too and no less in terms of a commanding presence, precision and endurance. But we’ll talk about them some other time. But if you are a woman reading this and you need a great everyday piece without any advanced features to worry about taking care for, the Invicta Women’s Russian Diver is a great watch to go for.

The protective cap over the screw-down crowns alone just adds so much elegance to the Russian Diver-s! That’s something you’ll miss big time in other watches, except for some atrociously pricey luxury pieces.

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Invicta Specialty Chronograph Quartz 6621 Men’s Watch: An adorable wrist-clock from Invicta!

The ‘clock’ emblem is given to this Invicta is because it borrows its design cues from the retro clocks. They are quite good at making bold statements and this time also, they fare well. Their expertise in creating intricate details and designs manifests through the personifications of gallant structures.

Invicta’s commendable hold on the fine art of making timepieces sets the Invicta Specialty Chronograph Quartz 6621 Men’s Watch alive. is one way Invicta exhibits its prowess. Prowess doesn’t only mean stuffing things within; it’s also about what and how much of it should be restrained.

The Invicta Specialty Chronograph Quartz 6621 Men’s Watch qualifies as one of those purchases where you don’t feel guilty later onwards. Neither leery before the purchase.

This is an entry-level Invicta in the form of a typical diver’s chronograph. The beefy, brushed stainless steel case and bracelet are in unison in terms of size, build, material and finish qualities. It has a fairly good amount of water resistance, so it qualifies also as a recreational water sports watch. The case and bracelet are two things that create the initial impressions in budget watches and it shows some very impressive with its overall build quality, the machining and overall finish.

The Invicta Specialty Chronograph Quartz 6621 Men’s Watch looks kind of—if we put it delicately – badass! That’s because of a typical rugged look given to it. That’s highly unlikely for an entry-level watch!

For those with not exactly great eyes, the large dial of this Invicta Specialty Chronograph is easy to read. It also brings it a classy look and the overall impression is far from being cheap. The synthetic sapphire (Flame Fusion) crystal doesn’t let scratches to set in, which also increases its crystal clear viewing. This is another point where it competes shoulder to shoulder against the more expensive watches.

The dial is appealing, if we want to put it simply. What’s even more surprising is it is a chronograph that has a day-of-the-week indicator subdial to go with the date function instead of a barely useful 24-hour indicator.  It’s a subtle variation on the run-of-the-mill chronograph layouts while the decent quality luminescent coating on the hands and the hour markers. The ISA quartz movement inside is built to last and comprises very high quality components, enough to last a lifetime. With cutting-edge of efficiency, it is the kind that you can set once and forget about any kind of readjustment except for matching up with the odd-months.

To end, the 6621 shocks you pleasantly up to quite a bit. It delivers everything that watches worth a few hundred dollars deliver, with its state of the art built, an impeccably classy look and the kind of reliability and durability which puts others in the price range to absolute shame!

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Newsletter : Orient Automatic Watches on Sale – Additional 10% off Coupon Code Inside

 

Orient Dual Dial Automatic FXC00003B Men’s Watch
Orient Dual Dial Automatic FXC00002B Men’s Watch
Orient Classic Automatic AM/PM Indicator FFN02005B FN02005B Men’s Watch
Orient Automatic Galant Collection FETAC002B Men’s Watch
Orient Ballerina Mechanical Happy Stream Collection DM01002W Women’s Watch
Orient Automatic Open Heart DB0B004B Women’s Watch

 

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Ask Gonzo ’bout Watches (XXXVIII) – A question ’bout bare minimums

Q.
Dear Gonzo, 
I want my first watch to be a skeleton or with a semi-skeleton face and a sapphire glass would be too good. It must be a good fit for strict- and semi formal dressing, I’ll also try to avoid numbers on the dial (if possible) for a cluttered look is something I can’t stand.

But someone also told me that skeleton and semi-skeleton faces are tacky. What do you think? Is there an everyday use skeleton watch that meets my needs?

A.
It’s a distinct pleasure to hear from you; one of the very few queries that don’t have the conspicuous “- Tell me the best an ‘X’ amount of dollars can get me” feel to it. Even if it’s there, it’s very subtle and undertone-d and can be easily ignored. But it’s enough to make me feel beleaguered once more and certainly, its underlying tone for a recommendation plays a major role towards that feel. Watches – and in that case, everything dapperly must wrap around your persona and it’s not about the wearer wrapping around the desired piece.

So, first of all, ask yourself: “Does it fit my way of life?” If the answer is a definite “YES”, then read on. If not, then come back several moons later.

Let’s assume you have it all to don a skeleton watch. Skeletons give an impression of being the top boss (especially those without hour- and minute markers) and while you don’t necessarily need to own an organisation or set-up to go with that, you definitely need that top boss aura around, in its positive sense.

There are quite a few affordable skeletons around; so, let’s get down to business.

Fossil, Invicta, Stuhrling – all have their own versions and varieties. Ideally, get one from each and top up your collection of skeletons with the Hamilton American Classics Ventura Automatic. It’s no one-day job; even those with ample money to get all of them at once must also slow down; wear, cherish and start loving the feel of a quality skeleton before going whole hog. Building a collection slow but steadily makes your heart grow fonder of what you collect.

 

For very dressy options, you may take a look at the Fossil Grant Automatic Navy Blue Skeleton Dial ME3102 Men’s Watch and for something very gorgeous – the Stuhrling Original Emperor’s Grandeur Automatic Dual Time.

For less dramatic watches i.e. the ones more simplistically designed, the Invicta Specialty Silver Skeleton Dial  and the Stuhrling Original Winchester Automatic are fine choices.

Enough of speaking about the little delights! Now, if you must excuse, it’s time for Sir Paul’s early musical career recap and something equally smooth to go down the throat.

Watch(es) mentioned in this post are listed below. Click to see details and buy them:

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