THE 7 BEST Wrist Watches
September 2020
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1. FEITONG £0.99
(from 234 reviews)
9
2. Daniel Wellington £99.00
(from 41 reviews)
6.3
3. WayGo £2.99
(from 157 reviews)
4.9
4. Estone £1.48
(from 615 reviews)
5. Casio £5.94
(from 3 reviews)
6. Casio £5.04
(from 447 reviews)
7. Casio £4.90
(from 2 reviews)

Your Guide to Buying Wrist Watches

There are a lot of wrist watches in shops that you can buy.  Some are expensive than others but this, of course, depends on what you need.  So, this guide will help you choose the right wrist watch for you.

Types of Wrist Watches

Analog - a watch that shows time using one, two or three hand pointers pointing to numbers in a circular display.

Digital - a watch that shows time using digital numbers.

Automatic - a watch that doesn't need a battery.  All it needs is to shake it up into motion until the clock hands are moving.

Manual - a watch that needs a batter to operate it.

What Other Buyers Are Saying

Buyers usually looks for quality, durability and design when it comes to watches.  Others have mentioned to look out for watches that have straps that are stiff and buckles are breakable.  There are also watches that suddenly stop.  Some watches also have leaks inside caused by the battery that doesn't function anymore.

What to Look Out for

When you're out buying a watch in shops, consider the following:

Brand

Features and Functions

Materials

Price

Most Popular Wrist Watch Brands

Rolex

Omega

Casio

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