This Sunday morning, many of us will be going through the annual ritual of turning our watches and clocks back one hour for Daylight Savings time. As the nights become longer and the days shorter, there’s no better time to reflect on the changing watch styles in the last ten years.
A decade ago “thin was in” for both men’s and ladies’ watches. Ultra-slim, lightweight watches from Cartier, Baume & Mercier and Raymond Weil were vastly popular. Diminutive styles for women from Ebel, TAG Heuer, Technomarine and Movado, named “minis” were the fashion rage.
Today size really matters in both men’s and women’s watch styles. Bold, oversized timepieces from Invicta, Michael Kors, Swiss Legend, red line and Glam Rock are among the most-sought models at WorldofWatches.com.
Nothing says bold and oversized more than the Red Line Torque Sport men’s automatic watch. This strapping timepiece is an impressive 50mm in diameter and 15mm thick. The highly pronounced black ion-plated steel case is presented on a stylish black silicone strap. The perfectly round red ion-plated steel bezel encircles the black dial with red hands and index markers. The signature red line crown with the engraved emblem adds distinction.
Features include a 24-hour sub-dial and automatic date calendar. Precision automatic movement inside will never require a new battery. Skeleton case back lets you see the intricate movement inside. Watch has a screw-down crown for water resistance to 100 meters.
Free shipping included on all red line Torque Sport watches at WorldofWatches.com.