From what I've seen, the majority of people who wear watches of that bulk level don't carry off the look nearly as well as they probably think they do.the DSSD and PO are worn daily by many WIS and Non-WIS...those are quite heavy for daily wear but those are not ridiculous
If you think it is too heavy to wear then it is too heavy...for you. That said, you might try wearing the watch for a couple of weeks and see if you don't become accustomed to the weight. However, I wonder if your concern about weight also involves concern about the size, i.e. diameter, height, lug-to-lug distance. It may look too big as well as feel bulky and ill fitting.Hi y'all,
I have a 250 gram watch that I think is too heavy to wear. But, to put this in context I'd like to hear your opinions.
While a bracelet may have balanced it out a little more, it would have just made it feel even heavier.Yes, too heavy. Especially on a leather strap. I sold my Christopher Ward C60 Trident Pro diver because it was too heavy for me at 229g. on its stock leather strap. I can't stand bracelets. Perhaps one of those would have made it feel less heavy, but perhaps not. Loved that watch, but had to sell it mainly due to the weight.
I agree completely. It looks silly on most to be honest. It's the trend but it's goofy.From what I've seen, the majority of people who wear watches of that bulk level don't carry off the look nearly as well as they probably think they do.
Maybe not outright ridiculous (although it can be), but far from optimal. Most will discover that having a quarter-kilo slab of steel on the wrist gets old real fast.