Video: Watches come in a wide variety of sizes, and so do wrists. These helpful tips will make sure your never buy a watch that looks too big or too small when you wear it. In this video, Antonio Centeno from Real Mean Real Style goes over the five things you should consider when buying a watch: watch case diameter, watch case thickness, watch band width, watch band material and the watch's details and components. Most important, however, is the watch case diameter, or how large the main part of the watch is. The wrong size will look awkward and it all depends on the thickness of your wrists. If the circumference of your wrist is 15 to 18cm, you should stick with watches that have case diameters of 38 to 42mm. If you have a larger wrist with a circumference of 19 to 20cm, you should go with case diameters of 44 to 46mm. You can find some helpful diagrams and graphics at the link below.
How To Buy The Right Size Watch For Your Wrist [Real Men Real Style]