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A Guide to Danish watches

After the First World War, wristwatches for men became the trend and made the pocket watches obsolete. When a watch is worn on the wrist, it was easy and convenient to check the time. International brands soon offered luxury wristwatches for the quality-conscious male. Those who want a watch with quality for the most affordable prices go to Lars Larsens Watches. Automatic movements cost more and the watches that house them tend to be better designed, made from more valuable materials and come from a long lineage of expert watchmakers. Some timepieces are large with a case diameter of 34 to 44 mm that works best with rugged men with wrists like oak trees. A watch of 10 mm thickness looks better under the cuff of an executive than one with 15 mm.

So why should you wear a watch? Phones will not keep you punctual. You can take a quick glance at your wristwatch. Watches have the additional function of stopwatch and moonphase which displays the lunar phase. They are powered by mechanical clockwork technology. Danish designed watch will give the wardrobe a boost and can be used for any occasion, day or evening. A wristwatch is more than just a timekeeper; it is symbol of tradition and history. It a remembrance from people who lived before you. You become more attentive to how you spent the 24 hours.

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