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The history of watches dates back to portable spring operated clocks in the 15th century. Peter Heinlein is in many ways regarded to as the father of watches. Heinlein was the first to make wearable watches that could be worn on the body. The first account of wristwatches was in 1868, the watch was designed especially for the Countess Koscowicz of Hungary and was meant to be a piece of jewellery. Watches have highly evolved since then, today’s smartwatches offer an array of functionality.
The most distinctive of watches today, however, remain luxury watches. A luxury watch is a bold statement and a show of class and elegance. Luxury watches are worn by the affluent in the society, the who-is-who, the cream of the crop, from opulent billionaires to Kings and presidents. A good watch can fetch anywhere from 1500 to millions of dollars and are looked upon as status symbols. Considering the outlay, buying a luxury watch needs to be a well-thought judgement. There a number of perks to owning a luxury watch:

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1. Value for money
Luxury watches are built to a standard from matchless materials that are meant to ensure the utmost quality. Luxury watches are great investments; they appreciate as they get older due to the quality of craftsmanship and material. Materials used can range from Gold, silver to other rare metals and stones.
2. Quality of time
There’s a degree of artistry, experience and expertise that goes into building a luxury watch. As opposed to cheaper mass produced alternatives, luxury watches are made with stringent craftsmanship standards that ensure the watch tells time accurately for years on end. A single watch can take up to two or more years to make depending on the complexity.
3. An expression of class
There’s nothing that complements a suit and tie better than a luxury watch. Watches are viewed in today’s society as measures of economic status and tastes. Luxury watches portray success and dignity. Wearing a luxury watch signifies a degree of effort and toil to afford such a priced timepiece. They are also a noble way to get other people’s attention.
Factors to consider when buying a Luxury watch
1. Brand
Luxury watch brands go a long way in trying to outdo each other. There are a variety of brands that offer premium smart watches. Quality watches have distinctive design cues and favor form and functionality over looks. The story and history behind the making of a brand is everything when it comes to the value of a luxury watch. Good brands are known for their work.
2. Weight
The weight of a luxury watch is a good indication of quality. Higher quality builds make use of more durable metals that are usually heavier. The weight of the watch could also have been manipulated to feel heavier; it’s advisable to check on the quality of build visually to ensure the watch is the real deal.
3. Design
There are two primary design models for smartwatches; homage and dynamic designs. Homage designs tend to emulate and borrow design principles from older existing models that have passed down from different generations. Dynamic designs go out of the box to bring in new elements and features. A good luxury watch should ideally be unique in form and suited to the users taste.
4. Finish Quality
As with other industries, fake watches are a huge concern when buying luxury watches. The polish and finish quality tells a lot about how genuine the watch is. The better the finish on the surface is the better the quality of metal underneath. Examine the metal edges carefully to ensure there is no un-uniformity in the finish quality.
5. Movement
Luxury watches have an array of movement mechanisms. Quality luxury watches usually employ mechanical movement algorithms. A mechanical watch can run for decades without batteries. Jewel movement is also common in high-end luxury watches and can be a good alternative to mechanical movement.

 

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