Buying a watch, especially if it’s your first one, is kind of like ordering food at an unfamiliar restaurant. You can start with a broad set of a question and kind of narrow it down. For example, if you went to a brand new restaurant, you might ask yourself questions like, “Do I want a salad or do I want an entree?” or “Do I want a light meal or a hearty one?” You’d use these kinds of questions to narrow the menu down to a couple of good choices for your taste, appetite and price range.
You can do the same with watches. Here are a couple of questions you can (and should!) ask yourself as you start thinking about buying a timepiece.