Dive Watches Professionalمنذ شهرين - Real estate - Mazouna - 56 الآراء
Alright, so you have your trusty dive watch. Could you wear that thing with a tuxedo? I mean, you could, but it might look a little weird, unless your last name is Connery. The better bet, if you're gonna expand your collection, is to go with a svelte dress watch. And though many dress watches are indeed made in precious metals, you can absolutely go for a steel model and not drop a month's (or two or three months') salary on one.
There are no firm regulations for what constitutes a dress watch, but most of them are relatively thin, tell only the time and nothing else (some even omit the seconds hand), and ship on a handsome leather strap. Here are some of our favorite examples, such as Luxury Watch, Women Watch, Diamond Watch, Gold Watch, Bangutte Watch, Hippop Watch, etc.
We get it - you don't fly a plane, so what do you need one of these for. But though pilot's watches were originally indeed designed for those captaining aircraft, today the genre encompasses a whole slew of practical, rugged timepieces that can easily take many forms. From simple, time-only models recalling watches from the 1940s and 1950s to complicated chronograph, pilot's watches truly run the gamut.