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Here is what I think about big oversized watches

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Here is what I think about big oversized watches



Hate them or love them big oversized watches exist. Brands like Invicta have capitalized on this big watches fashion trend and a lot of young people choose big oversized watches instead of smaller time pieces.
Here are my personal opinions on oversized watches. Spoiler… they’re alright. To me watches should be fun and if someone is having fun wearing a 54mm watch that’s great. Who am I to judge that people should or shouldn’t wear. My ideal size for a watch is between 38-42mm but I also enjoy big watches (50mm is maximum). Once in a while wearing a big watch can be fun. And because you’re wearing big watches doesn’t mean that you still can’t enjoy smaller time pieces.

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6 Comments
  • Ulujmf
    Posted at 00:02h, 23 February

    Big watches should be outlaw

  • CamberwellCarrot
    Posted at 00:02h, 23 February

    I don't mind big watches. My biggest watch is probably only about 45mm but I could probably carry off something slightly bigger as I have an 8" wrist. Did your arm fall asleep with that Brutus crashed on it?

  • Jeffrey Wood
    Posted at 00:02h, 23 February

    Bond the snoring dog…lol! He was out cold 🙂
    You made some great points…wear what you like 🙂

  • TheGoodwolfe
    Posted at 00:02h, 23 February

    Hi Oleg, and tell Bond hello too!..he was snoring a little bit, but not too bad…lol. For me it's about size in relation to my larger wrists, as anything below 38mm looks like a child's watch on my 8-1/4 inch wrist. I will wear 40mm to 47mm, but prefer around 44mm. Invicta's 47mm Grand Diver looks like a larger version of a 40mm sub on my wrist for example. Also, 44mm appears to be good compromise today, as my "grail watch" for example, the Omega Seamaster PO comes in a 44mm size, and other nicer brands have quality pieces in that range as well. In my opinion, whether you have large wrists or not, anything above 47/48mm are generally considered more of a novelty watch by most, and demand for them will start to fade in time. However, for people that like them, that's fine, as I ultimately support that people buy and wear whatever they like, and not worry about what's most popular or that will necessarily stand the test of time. Thanks!

  • Justin M.
    Posted at 00:02h, 23 February

    Your dog is hilarious! I agree with a lot of what you said here. Especially about the watch fitting your frame and wrist. Anyone can, of course, wear what they like and I would not begrudge them this. However, it looks odd to me to see a guy who's 5'6", 140 lbs. with 6.5" wrists and wearing a 52mm watch. All you notice is the watch! Personally, anywhere between 38mm and 42mm is comfortable to me. That's where I like to stay at. Thanks, as always!

  • Mario Bran
    Posted at 00:02h, 23 February

    Hahaha cool dog. Sounds like he was sleeping very well. As far as large watches, due to my small wrist a lot of watches look big on me.