A fine Swiss watch tells more about you than the time.
Worn by divers, race car drivers, fighter pilots and astronauts, fine Swiss timepieces such as TAG Heuer or Rolex are a personal investment with a very public face.
Sure a lower priced watch will tell you the time and the date.
But a Rolex or TAG Heuer remind you (and everyone else) that time is money and may help get you a date.
You have to ask yourself, “Am I the kind of guy who would be attracted to a beautiful, materialistic woman who would notice me just because I wear an expensive watch?”
If the answer is, “Well, frankly, yes,” it may be time to start looking for a really nice watch!
Ask yourself these questions:
- Do I wear my watch every day? Do I wear it next to my skin, in plain view?
- Is my watch a reflection of my personal taste and style?
- Is my watch one of the first components of personal dress that people notice?
- Do I expect a lot from myself and from my timepiece?
- Do I deserve to wear a fine watch?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it may be time to upgrade your chronometer.
A fine watch is a possesion you may well wear for the rest of your life.
Isn’t it about time?
Take a look at these Swiss masterpieces of mechanical engineering and imagine wearing one on your wrist.
The Rolex Daytona Black Index Dial Oyster Bracelet Mens Watch features A Stainless Steel Oyster Bracelet And Stainless Steel Tachymeter Bezel. Model Number: 116520. Before you look at the price, admit it, this is a beautiful watch. Okay maybe not now, but what if money were no object? Wouldn’t you just go ahead and get a fine Swiss timepiece?
When you put on your Swiss watch, you show the world that you care enough to wear the best. You look sharp, feel sharp, and when you check the time, you remember that you have invested in yourself. That’s confidence.
What if you could get that same Swiss watch look for a little less cash?
A nice suit or a nice car may last a few years. A beautiful Swiss chronometer is designed to last a lifetime, holding its value through the years.
Life is a gamble. When you pick up those dice, show them the wrist of a winner!
Glasses make you look smart. A fine Swiss watch makes you look smarter. And as sharp as a Swiss Army knife.
You may think, “That’s just for rich guys. I’m prepared to wear my small, inexpensive watch until it breaks while other men run around showing off their watches and getting women. I’ll put my money into other things.”
Other things like what? Gifts for others? Who deserves a fine watch more than you?
Investments? Ha! Have you checked the rate of inflation lately? And a fine watch is an investment.
Food and shelter? Good point. Touche’.
But once you have those, don’t you want confidence, power, and the outward expression of living well?
Do you know what time it is in Stadt? Do you know where Stadt is? Does it really matter if you have a really nice, expensive looking watch?
Okay, perhaps you just want a watch that is rugged, reliable and looks pretty expensive? Here’s a nice one.
Stylish enough for the boardroom but rugged enough for the wakeboard, the Casio Men’s AMW320D-9EV Ana-Digi Alarm Chronograph Dive Watch stainless steel analog-digital watch for men (model AMW320D-9EV) combines the timeless look of an analog watch with the functionality of a digital watch.
Your turn to comment. IF you had the money, which Swiss watch would be best for yourself or a loved one?