5 Best White Wrist Watches
If you want an accessory that stands out in a crown, you may want to look into the 5 best white wrist watches. White watches are eye-catching and unusual in any form. They are as well suited for everyday as they are for pairing with a white tux. While choosing the best white wrist watch is highly subjective, the following are all worth your time.
- The Basic. Sometimes you just want a watch that tells you the time. For everyday wear the "Timex Unisex T5G881 1440" sports watch is slim, attractive and functional. This wrist watch has a white resin band for durability. The face is highlighted in chrome and rose. Beyond telling the time, it has a dual time zone function, timer, and a day-date-month calendar. It's also water resistant, which makes it great for everyday use. Best of all, it's cheap. Unlike the other watches here the T5G881 will only set you back fifteen to twenty dollars.
- The Classic. Like classic cars, wine, or art, a classic white watch comes with a hefty price tag. The Swiss made "Hublot Big Bang Madre Perla" is no exception. At $15,000 this watch comes with a stainless steel case with a mother-of pearl face. The white rubber bracelet and luminous hands give the watch a decidedly modern twist, but the overall look exudes old-school class. At this price, it's really more about prestige than function., so the fact that the"Big Bang" has extras like chronograph and date insets, is icing on the cake.
- The Modern. For a cutting edge look that won't break the bank the "Starck Economique" delivers. Super streamlined with strong lines, this Fossil watch is a real looker. The stark squared face on the white polyurethane band is embellished only with the logo and three gleaming silver hands. Not practical for a quick glance at the time, but very sharp for about $95.
- The Artistic. While the numberless "Economique" was fairly minimalist, the "Nixon Newton" takes the concept to a new extreme. Not only does this white wrist watch do away with the numbers, it eliminates the hands as well. The injected silicon band holds a square, molded poly-carbonate face. The white version has a black border. Within this frame are two stacked disks, each with a black dot (The hour dot is slightly bigger). Can you really tell the time with this watch? Who cares. At around $100, this little piece of modern art is more about attention grabbing than time telling.
- On the Edge. While the "Economique" and " Newton" reinvent the classic wrist watch, the "Nooka Zub 38 Zot " watch throws out the old idea of a timepiece and starts from scratch. The white ribber and plastic strap is about the only recognizable element. The standard watch has been replaced with a series of 12 lights over a light bar, both of which fill as time passes. The Nooka line is said to present a "more intuitive way to tell time." While the reading of this white watch would be a learning experience, there is no doubt that it represents something really unique. At around $150, this watch is sure to be a conversation piece.
That flash of white around your wrist will be sure to turn heads. So before purchasing a white watch, be sure to figure out want you want your watch to say about you. Whatever your needs or style, there is a white wrist watch that's just right for you.