Small Watches are the NEW Trend?

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What is the most ideal watch size these days? 40mm? 42mm? 44mm? 46mm? 48mm? Are big & over-sized watches becoming less popular and fading away? Here’s a list of popular 40 mm and smaller watch models that we often see and hear about in today’s watch communities.

Are small size watches dominating the market? What is the best watch size in your opinion? What about wrist size? Whats considered a small, normal, and large wrist size? To wear an over-sized watch with a small wrist can look just as bad as someone wearing a much smaller watch with a large wrist which makes it less masculine and straight up weird.

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Some say a person’s characteristic, personality, and style, can be found based on the choice of wristwatch one chooses.

However, with the limitless number of watch options today, besides finding that one model that catches your attention, its important to ensure the watch size is actually suited for your wrist size.

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Based on findings in readings online and various watch forums, the common measurements of wrist sizes are suggested as follow :

Anything less than 6.5 inch are considered “Small”. Anything in between 6.5 inch to 7.5 inch are considered “Normal”. Anything from 7.5 and up, are considered “Large”. Its important to know the measurements of your own wrist , and to find out the best fitted watch case that would look best with your wrist size.

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Written by Sam

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