Thursday, 17 November 2016

4 Reasons to Wear Wrist Watch



We can say that wrist watch is an ornament of our wrist. Now these days mobile phones take the place of wrist watches. Many persons think that when they have a cell phone in their pocket then why they need wrist watch. They don’t need to make their hand heavy with wear wrist watch. But , I think wrist watch has an important place. There is an ardent  community of watch lovers who dive into the details of watch-making and collecting. I will tell you 4 points that why we wear the wrist watch.  



                         (To Buy This Beautiful Watch Click On The Image)

  • Watches Help You Create A Relation With Time - Wearing a watch has a affirmative effect on my attitude towards time. I am more attentive to how I spend my 24 hours. It makes me punctual.


  • Watches Provide Simpleness - The best wrist watches don’t use the latest technology. They are powered by cunning mechanical clockwork technology that adapt electricity. So when your cell phone runs out battery – you can trust the technology that keeps draw on your wrist. When you wear a watch – it’s less likely you will fall back on your phone as a disarray. Often, checking the phone for time results in a rabbit-trail of activities including checking every messenger app, email and Facebook and other social media activities.


  • Watches Are Convenient - Cell Phones don’t keep you punctual. Watches do. A wrist watch is the most favorable way to tell the time.I don’t need a watch because I have a phone, is a public response from a generation who are now asking the adverse effects of constant moblie phone use. On other occasions where it’s advisable to leave the phone out of sight – like the beach, a funeral, a marriage, a watch is a much more  accessible way to check the time.
          

                                      (To Buy This Beautiful Watch Click On The Image)
  • Watches Are Functional - Any item divine by the military has a functional use wrist watches included. Wrist watches were first used in the 19th century by the military to correct navigate during war. Since then, specific watches have been used in the depths of the ocean by divers and high up in the sky by aviatrix.