1. Fashion watches
Fashion watches were born back in 1980s as a result of the traditional Swiss watch industry
collapse. Switzerland is a pioneer in the field, yet it was caught off guard by the 1970s quartz
revolution. In just a few years, its dominance in the market collapsed.
In 1983, Nicolas Hayek attacked the market in a unique way. Instead of reviving the public’s
interest in traditional Swiss timepieces, he introduced Swatch. Swatches are inexpensive watches
with garish designs and bright-colored plastic cases. The selling point is not only focused on it
being a timekeeping machine. They are now sold as fashion accessories.
Are you thinking of getting a casual watch? There are tons of women’s and men’s watches in
Malaysia to choose from, but it’s more practical to settle for an everyday watch. Look into
getting a smartwatch. Smartwatches are like touchscreen computers that were introduced in the
market back in the 1980s. You can wear this while working out, and during outdoor activities.
The downside is that you need to charge it regularly, depending on the use.
3. Diver watch
A diving watch, or diver watch, is one of the most popular types of watches. Clearly, it is
specifically designed for a specific activity or occupation. Basically, this timepiece is developed
for scuba or deep-sea divers, so they can dive at greater depths. The Rolex Submariner is a
famous, must-have timepiece that you should include in your collection.
4. Dress watches
If you value looks over function and practicality, get a dress watch. These are often worn to
highlight status and wealth. Dress watches are sleek, light and thin, and are generally made to
make an understatement, instead of sophistication.
5. Aviator watch
The aviator watch is another timepiece that is associated with dash and romance. Major military
professionals hired companies to come up with wrist watches which are 100% suitable for
aviators. An aviator timepiece usually has a big dial that has a diameter of 55mm. Consider them
as ancestors of dinner plate watches.