January 4, 2016

Choose a watch that goes with your stage of life

To everything, turn, turn, turn.
There is a season, turn, turn, turn.
And a time to every purpose under heaven.
A time to be born, a time to die.
A time to plant, a time to reap.
A time to kill, a time to heal.
A time to laugh, a time to weep.

And a time to buy a watch that compliments your phase of life . .

People believe that life is a random mix of events, there is a pattern to how your life unfolds. You may not be able to change the major life events you will live through but you can influence them with the watch you choose to wear.

Growing Up

During life age one, when we are an infant and child, they are focused on exploring the world and learning everything we can about it, our family, and ourselves.

Watches play an essential role during this early learning phase. Boys, usually teenagers, tend to underestimate the allure and functionality of the watch. When they have wristwatches with them, it would help them to be not late for their class—or even dates.

Here’s a list of must-have wristwatches for teenage boys that are suitable for their active lives—maybe even score some girls. Give it as a birthday present, a Christmas present or just buy one because your boy’s now a man.

  1. Fossil


Fossil Men’s FS4487 watch is sure to be a hit among the boys. Its stark black case and strap will exude the ‘cool’ that teenagers are fond of. Its knurled case gives it an edgier look froom other watches. It’s faux metal silicone band adds a modern twist to this classic look. It also has a chronograph which would be great when stopwatches are needed for games. The blue hands of the chronograph are the perfect accent to this classic and sophisticated looking watch.

2. Seiko


Seiko Men’s SNK809 automatic has a silver against black canvas would definitely draw the teenage boy’s eyes to his own wrist. Even his friends would envy him. Its stainless steel case gives it a sleek look and will never be boring. The Hardlex mineral crystal decreases the chance of getting scratches on the wristwatch. It would go with whatever he would wear and be a great accent to his outfit! The canvas strap makes it more organic. The overall appearance is simple. This is class not forced—he will exude effortless casual chic.

3. Nautica


This highly sporty watch would greatly match anything the teenager wears. It is very stylish. It exudes manly power and class which only Nautica could achieve. The watch is bold and strong. It adds sophistication to the wearer. Even a teenager would look manlier because of its masculine appearance. Silver will never be out of rage. It’s shiny but not too flashy. This high quality watch from Nautica is water resistant which prevents sweat from damaging it.

Preparing for a successful life

And as we start to look towards the future, we prepare to take on the responsibility of taking care of and supporting ourselves. This is when we become young adults, we enter the workforce and start earning a living. Where we choose a profession, trade or livelihood and figure out how to fit into the peer group and generation. So here is a list of watches to compliment the phase of life.

  1. Tag Heuer


The company was founded in St-Imier, Switzerland in the year 1860. Tag Heuer was founded by Edouard Heuer and it is headquartered in Neuchatel, Switzerland. They are into manufacturing sports watches, chronographs and fashion accessories. They even have branded eyewear and mobile phones if anyone is interested. Their slogan is ‘Swiss Avant-Garde Since 1860’. Mostly their watches are about cars and racing. Their current lines include Formula One, Aquaracer, Link, Carrera, Link, Grand Carrera and Monaco. Fancy that! Now this is the sort of watch that I actually prefer to wear.

2. Timex


Time Group USA, Inc. was previously known as Timex Corporation. They are a subsidiary of Timex Group B.V. and they are headquartered in the United States (as the name suggests). The company was founded in 1854 and was called Waterbury Clock Company back then. Honestly, I prefer Waterbury over Timex. They are headquartered in Middlebury, Connecticut, United States. Their slogan is actually very interesting, ‘It takes a licking and keeps on ticking’. Any guesses as to what that might mean? It’s pretty obvious.

3. Citizen


They were originally founded in 1918 by the name of Shokosha Watch Research Institute. The named changed to Citizen on the 28th May in 1930. The headquarters of Citizen is in Nishitokyo, Tokyo, Japan. They happen to be one of the largest watch manufacturers in the world. 

Creating A Life/Finding A Life Partner or Mate

Once we start taking care of ourselves, we become part of a community. We are Creating a life with our own style after work and on weekends Taking time off, having adventures and going on holidays and vacation. We are learning the lessons of life. Where Love is such a natural part of life, and it lasts our entire lifetime. So getting engaged, married and possibly divorced and remarried, or bringing new life into the world, Raising and nurturing your children, teaching them the norms and taboos of their culture.Learning how much you reflect your family and early environment, Learning to trust, having your heart broken and learning to trust again. This phase of life can by far be the toughest phase, and the only one to accompany you can be your watch.

  1. Patek Philippe


Patek Philippe is a luxury watch manufacturer. They are popular for some of the most complicated mechanics in their watches. The company was founded in 1851 and it is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. They earned revenues in excess of 105 million Euros recently so you know they are doing really well. The most expensive watch they ever made was sold for around $1.49 million. Personally, their watches are one of the most beautiful I have ever seen.

2. Omega


Omega is a Swiss watchmaker company. These watches are one of the most popular in the entire world. In the year 1917, Britain’s Royal Flying Corps chose Omega as their official timekeepers, which is actually quite an honor. The American army followed in 1918. Omega also is the first watch to be on the moon. The company was founded in 1848 by Louis Brandt. It is a subsidiary of the Swatch Group and is headquartered in Bienne, Switzerland. Just so you know, James Bond has worn watches from Omega in his film since 1995.

3. Rolex


Rolex is a high-quality, luxury watch manufacturer. They are mostly associated with being a status symbol. If you are filthy rich, you should be wearing a Rolex at all times. The company was originally founded in the year 1905 in London, England by Hans Wilsdorf and Alfred Davis. It is currently headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. They produce around 2,000 watches everyday making the company the largest when it comes to luxury watch brand.

4. Panerai


To Help Lure A Lady, they say that men principally buy flashy cars in order to attract women. That isn’t universally true in some enthusiast circles, but on a mass level it is probably very accurate. Men like to collect nice things to show women they have good taste, money, and are active members of our species who’d be a fantastic choice to share genes with. A lot of guys invest in luxury watches to impress and attract women. Of course what you wear will help determine who (if anyone) you attract, but the question is what message do you want to convey.

Hope you enjoyed reading this as much as we enjoyed writing it. Happy Vishwatching 😀