Tips to buy TUDOR WATCH
TUDOR WATCH is one of the best high-quality watches on the market. This is due to its sleek, sophisticated design. TUDOR is a luxury brand and has been designed by the leading watchmakers around the world. It boasts a 42-millimeter stainless steel case, an automatic movement with flyback chronograph and power reserve indicator, a sapphire crystal face with anti-reflective treatment, and a see-through case back that allows you to view the movement in motion. Tudor in Singapore is an established name. This brand is a very popular brand in many countries.
Tips to buy TUDOR WATCH
1. The size of your wrist
This is one of the most important factors to consider when buying a watch. A watch that is too big or too small for your wrist will not be comfortable to wear. So before buying a watch, take a measuring tape and measure the circumference of your wrist; ideally, it should be just over the bone. If you are in-between sizes, choose the smaller size since watches can always be adjusted by adding or removing links.
2. Style of strap or bracelet
If you are going to buy an automatic or automatic mechanical watch, make sure that it comes with an alligator skin strap or leather strap. These straps last longer and they have been used in luxury watches for ages because they are durable and look classy at the same time.
3. Anti-shock technology
A watch with an anti-shock or anti-magnetic technology prevents the movement from being magnetized after its release. This means that the rotating mechanism will not be interrupted when the watch is knocked against a metal surface such as a table, door, or even your bathroom mirror. The movement may still stop, but it will not lose time while it is in motion. This feature of Tudor in Singapore is very important, especially in scenarios where a watch may be knocked against a metal surface and stop moving for a split second before continuing on its journey. This can pose problems to the proper functioning of an automatic watch. So make sure that this feature is present in your new watch.
Any watch that is waterproof or water-resistant has a longer life span. A lot of people may not realize this, especially those who get their watches wet when washing their hands because they do not keep track of their water exposure. I think it is better to just buy a watch that is water-resistant, than a watch with no protection against moisture or water exposure.
5. Link compartment
If you are buying an automatic watch and are planning on wearing it on your right or left wrist, always make sure that the links can be detached from both sides and be changed to accommodate this movement. There are a lot of brands Tudor in Singapore that do not provide this feature and so you have to wear the watch on your right wrist.
6. Location of the crown
The crown carries a lot of weight when this mechanism is in use, so it is important to know if it is on the top, bottom, or side of the case. Also, make sure that you can easily operate the crown with your fingers because some watch cases are angled from top to bottom making it uncomfortable when adjusting time. The crown should be located at 3 o’clock or 9 o’clock because watching movies using your watch can be a little complicated if the crown is located at 12 o’clock.