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Cool New Watches For The Modern Gentleman

by CHRIS ZIEGLER

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8/18/14

Like sneakers, dress shoes and wives, no man can ever have too many watches in his collection. There’s a watch for suits, there’s a watch for the gym, there’s even a watch for ‘congratulations you’re not a failure’. I’ve earned one of those.

 

Today were looking at a selection of chronograph watches featured in this month’s marie claire man magazine, which are not only beautiful but present great value and wearability.

 

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4 Reasons You Should Turn Your Watch Crown 180 Degrees

by KATIE WUDEL

Traditionally, watches have been worn on the non-dominant wrist—the left for the majority of the population—leaving the stronger hand available for more challenging tasks. In addition, the crown typically appears on the right side of the dial at three o’clock. But many watches are designed with crowns on the left, often called “destro” watches. And believe it or not, some watches have no crown at all. Below, a few reasons to consider non-traditional crown placements.

 

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