Do Men or Women Still Crave Status Watches?
Watches are symbols of status, power, and conquest for men that can afford them. It just depends on the type of watch you have in your possession. I always liked watches. I know that typically, a man buys his first status watch to mark a career achievement, as a sort of one-handed high-five. It becomes a wearable trophy, a daily reminder that says, I can do this also the feeling that we are in control in relation to our time, a solid and confident sensation. Different watches have the power to transmit different messages, creating signals by making and breaking an electrical connection. But most of those are defined more by advertising and the influence of high-profile wearers than by anything intrinsic. “For the most part, each watch is a reflection of its accumulated social baggage,” I had the same clock since my time teenage years when I started my professional career I understood that my attachment to the object was just sentimental more than anything and when I started my professional career I felt immediately the need for a change in this matter also because my social situation has undergone a change since then. To find something unique which reflects character personality and therefore truly impressive, especially from a “socially recognizable” brand is hard but not impossible.
If you are one of those who appreciates a fine luxury watch would you switch it for a Apple or Samsung Watch?
Last week I bought the new Samsung Gear 2 Neo excellent but it did not satisfy me.
If you want to buy the best smartwatches with high quality, smooth and beautiful such as Samsung, Asus, Pebble Steel, Motorola and LG Watch brand here I will share my best advice.
If you build an pyramid on top of that pyramid will be one SmartWatch just because we consider it as the mother of all smartphones accessories. not only for the simple and traditional fact that this tell us the time but mostly for the reason that it is attached into our wrist. This is for me the most important reason the fact of being directly connected to the human body.
My experience with the Samsung Gear 2 Neo on the right was simply unique but I must to admit that I immediately realized that this is just the beginning of a new generation of smartphones if I can call it so. What fascinated me most was the fact that for the first time I did not feel the need to constantly have my phone in my hand also the absence of the annoying pop op light of the missed calls and messages that at work does not help much to be honest. After two days I swapped it for the Samsung Gear S. Finally I am very happy with my decision, It’s like a complete phone but just the wrist.
Here is my countdown list of preferences. Unfortunately mine is not on the list.
The Samsung Gear S
1. Samsung Gear S2 – £242.99
5. Huawei Watch
£179.99 view at Amazon
£179.99 view at ebay
Passable battery life
A bit bulky
No GPS included
LG’s fetching smartwatch nails the look, with its classic circular face and simple timepiece feel.
This watch is rather large, it maybe a bit complicated for those with small wrists. I also believe that the offering is a bit light on features, for those who like a classic style more directed to Business this may be a good option, you won’t regret it.