How To Choose The Ultimate Time-Keeping Accessory
Keep up with fashionable Londoners by investing in a new luxury watch. Head out to Buckhurst Hill to find the perfect style for you.
If you’ve recently moved to the capital, then one of the first things you’ll notice as you wander the streets is how fashionable Londoners are. True, there’s a huge amount of variety in what you’ll come across – from handlebar moustaches, to chin and cheek piercings and of course plenty of mohawks. But one of the ways for a Londoner to prove how fashionable they are, is to accessorise with a luxury timepiece. So, if you haven’t already, then head out to the Buckhurst Hill boutique which you’ll find just off the Central line and take a look at some fabulous luxury watches for sale.
Of course, one of the biggest stumbling blocks that young people experience when wanting to splash out on a luxury watch, is working out how to pay for it. A 0% interest free finance deal makes this item all the more accessible and you can spread the cost of the watch over 6, 9, 10 or 12 months. This is available on all brands including big names such as Rolex and Cartier. Additionally, if you have a watch that you’d like to part-exchange, then you can do so, which will reduce the ticket price of your new piece even further.
Choosing A Brand That Suits You
While the boutique stocks watches including the likes of Omega, Patek Phillipe, Piaget and Richard Mille, it can sometimes be overwhelming to know which type of watch to go for. Unless you require a watch for every occasion, it’s important to pick a piece that is an investment to last for years to come. Determining your own personal style is a big factor in finding the right watch. If you’re into sports, then don’t be fooled into thinking that an Apple Watch or Fitbit is the only option for you. Sports stars such as Michael Phelps opt for the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean, while Usain Bolt prefers Hublot King Power. Those who dress more traditionally, as city workers are often required to do, might feel more at home donning a vintage Rolex Submariner. It’s important to note that vintage will often be less expensive than a brand-new design, so if you’re having trouble affording the big-ticket names, then be sure to wait a couple of years for a model to wane in popularity slightly.
Take Note Of The Size
Many modern watches such as those designed by Richard Mille can be quite bulky, in part to show off the complex and robust mechanisms that take place behind the face. It’s essential though that you don’t purchase a watch that is too big for your frame; it should enhance your wrist, rather than overwhelm it. It’s about the millimetres when it comes to watch measurements, and these refer to the diameter of the watch face. Typically, watches are made with diameters between 34-60mm, and the average person will suit one that is 34-40mm.
If you need any advice about the type of watch that suits you, the best thing to do is to head out to Buckhurst Hill and get some expert advice. You’ll come away with a watch that suits your style down to a tee.