Buying a new watch is an awesome experience. A timepiece is an investment, so you need to
take it seriously. Before finalizing your purchase, make sure to do extensive research first. There
are tons of men’s watches in Malaysia. You wouldn’t want to get stressed and confused.
A watch is part of every outfit. If you want the timepiece to look good on you, you must dress
appropriately for your body shape. Prioritize watch sizing. Of course, it must perfectly fit your
1. For Very Thin Wrists
A timepiece that is not bought with accurate proportions in mind is not a good investment. If you
have a small wrist, find a watch that is a perfect fit. Aim for a size of around 34mm. Anything
that is too big, won’t look good, and wouldn’t feel comfortable.
34mm may seem small compared to other men’s pieces, but trust me, that is an appropriate size.
Just don’t get a child or feminine watch version.
2. For Slender Wrists
For those wrists which are a bit bigger, it is highly recommended to keep the watch case thin,
while increasing the diameter. The highly recommended size is 38mm to 40mm. Since much
lower arms are a bit thinner, see to it that case thickness won’t exceed 7mm to 8mm. A larger
size would stick out on your wrist.
3. Medium Wrists
There are tons of choices out there for men with medium-sized wrists. Though, there are still
some rules you must consider. Just like with men with smaller wrists, don’t wear bigger dials.
You need to play it safe, and settle for around 40mm.
You need to follow many rules when it comes to watch wearing and buying, but don’t forget to
enjoy a variety of straps and bracelets. Compared to leather options, metal clasp bracelets are a
bit chunkier . If you have a medium-sized wrist, you are free to experiment without the risking
any skewed proportions.
4. Thick Wrists
It may look masculine and awesome, but big wrists and forearms don’t give you license to wear
any type of watch you like. After all, size doesn’t always equate to instant good style. If you
have big wrists, the best decision is to settle for a 42mm diameter case. This will give you tons of
room for more watch details and chronographs.