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Great Minimalist Watches Under 100

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Great minimalist watches under 100

Welcome back to the Gentleman’s Gazette! In today’s video, we discuss inexpensive watches
or watches under $100. Now, we all like expensive looking watches. Unfortunately, we don’t always have the money
and sometimes we just need something that looks good and does the job. In the price category of $100, you just focus
on the looks because you can’t expect a super high-quality watch at that price point. Now let’s talk about the do’s and don’ts of
inexpensive watches. Do think about what you would buy if money
were no object. Once you have that, try to find something
that looks somewhat similar or inspired by it in the low $100 region. That way, you can basically "test drive" the
watch and see whether you like it, whether you like the style and whether you get a lot
of wear out of it even if you could afford a more expensive one. On the other hand, don’t get something that
looks something like a replica of an expensive or a well-known watch. Rolex today are the most faked watches in
the market, and if you look at the brand Invicta, you know what I’m talking about.

If you think about buying a replica watch,
we suggest you watch this specific video here. To sum it up, don’t buy a replica watch because
it’s not only illegal, but people can also see that it’s not the real thing and don’t
buy something that just wants to look like it rather get something that’s inspired by
it. Let’s say you have a watch with a nato strap,
well, you may get the same watch, but you can buy a nato strap watch. Do buy a slim and appropriately sized watch. For most men, 40 mm is ideal, if you are shorter
or if you have small wrists and hands, please check out this guide here. There is a current trend to go with chunky
oversized watches, however, that looks just cheap and bulky and has nothing to do with
elegance. It will simply oversize the inexpensive nature
of that watch, and you don’t want to draw attention to it. In the sub $100 price category, you find a
lot of simplistic watches that are rather clean and nice. The father of these simplistic watches is
probably Daniel Wellington. In recent years, they came out and started
in the $150 price segment. Now you have lots of imitators who offer similar
or different simplistic and clean designs under $100. For example, look at this Bergmann watch.

Clean, simplistic design, this is definitely
a do if you like that kind of look. Do buy a watch with a canvas band because
it’s very sporty and if you don’t wear suits, it just suits the character of your outfit
much better. Don’t buy inexpensive, gold-plated watches
because most of the time the gold plating is very thin and once it wears off, it looks
extremely cheap. Instead, stick with stainless steel or other
silver looking metals because they age much more gracefully. In this price category, do not buy a watch
with a very thick, heavy metal band because it’s only of cheap quality and it will not
only age poorly but also malfunction and you want to do yourself a favor with that. The exception is a thin mesh which is much
less likely to show its age.The other alternatives are canvas or leather. Do not buy a rubber band unless your watch
is specifically dedicated for sports activities because otherwise, you are much more prone
to sweating and it just looks inexpensive and cheap. Do inspect the leather straps on those watches
because at that price point, you can’t expect a super high-quality leather and when it’s
cheap and stiff, it may be uncomfortable to wear on your skin. Do buy the watches online because there’s
very little risk and they have a great assortment. For an extensive list of watches for under
$100 that we recommend, please check out our full-fledged guide, here. As a quick run through, personally, I like
this $35 Timex and if that’s all you have, I think it’s a great buy for the money. If you like a sportier look, this olive green
Seiko may be the right one for you. For the office, this kind of Stuhrling original
with a clean design and a leather band is probably your best bet. Alternatively, this Bergmann watch is also
a good office contender. Now, if you just have a $100, a really great
way to score a relatively high-quality watch is to go vintage. To learn more about vintage watches and what
you should pay attention to when you buy one, please check out this guide, here.

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My personal favorite watch under a $100 is
this vintage pocket watch from Gruen. It’s very thin, and it’s just a unique accessory
that immediately sets you apart from others. I also like to wear it with vests and a watch
chain.It’s just a really nice accessory, you get a very nice movement. Very few people buy pocket watches anymore,
but back in the day, a lot of men did. That means, there is a huge supply of pocket
watches out there, however, a low demand which means a great price for you. You may never even take it out of your pocket
but the chain is a fantastic look, and I wear it all the time and get complimented for it
left and right. Much more so than I would have a regular wristwatch,
even one for $5000. That being said, the $100 watch is not an
heirloom piece, but it’s a great in between for when you’re saving up for a better watch,
or you just don’t care enough about watches, and you want something that tells you time
that looks presentable. Most watches in the $500-$1500 price range
are overpriced so don’t save up for those rather stay lower and go vintage or save for
something that’s more expensive than that. To learn more about watches in all kinds of
price ranges, please check out our guides here. To get more watch information right into your
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