When it comes to watches, a simple mantra applies: watch & learn.
Watches are one of the most complex and intriguing accessories for men in that the price range is vast. Some can justify spending just a few bucks on a timepiece, while others insist on a Rolex-only mentality and aren't afraid to drop thousands of dollars for just one, sole watch.
Can there be a happy medium in terms of buying a competent, durable watch without spending more on it than you would a car? Some brands such as the aforementioned Rolex simply are off limits. They carry a hefty price tag, one that is directly related with high-end and usually is associated with a demographic that you would consider upper class.
But can an average Joe still emulate the look of a professional, stylish watch without going broke in the process? Yes, of course. Naturally, you can't expect to snag a Ralph Lauren or Cartiere watch for much less than $20,000. That extreme isn't in the sights of the majority of watch buyers but one company manages to keep prices relatively reasonable without sacrificing the same attributes you'd find from Mr. Ralph Lauren or the designers behind the Cartiere brand.
Seiko seemingly meets the consumer halfway -- to rave reviews. More specifically, Seiko scores major points with the Premier Collection, more specifically the Seiko Kinetic Direct Drive. The technology behind "kinetic" watches is one that is quartz that gains and maintains power predicated on how a man moves while wearing his watch.
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