What kind of traditional watch should a 30-40-year-old choose?

A person's choice of a traditional quartz watch or a mechanical watch can vary greatly between those in their 30s and 40s. Traditional watches come in a variety of styles, materials, and price ranges, so it's important to consider personal factors when choosing. The following are some suggestions from watch manufacturers on choosing quartz watches and mechanical watches.

 1. Consider your style: Your personal style and fashion preferences should play an important role in your watch selection. Traditional watches come in a variety of styles, including dress watches, sports watches, and vintage-style watches. Choose styles that complement your wardrobe and overall aesthetic.

 2. Consider the occasion: Consider when and where you will wear the watch. If used primarily for formal or business occasions, a classic dress watch with a simple and elegant design may be suitable. On the other hand, if you want a versatile watch for everyday wear, a casual or sporty option might be more suitable.

3. Budget: Determine your watch budget. Traditional watches come in a wide price range, from affordable options to high-end luxury watches. Set a budget that you're comfortable with and explore options within that range.

 4. Movement Type: Consider whether you prefer quartz movement or mechanical movement. Mechanical watches, including automatic and hand-wound movements, generally appeal to enthusiasts who appreciate watchmaking craftsmanship and tradition. Quartz watches are generally more accurate and low maintenance.

 5. Material: Traditional watches are made of a variety of materials, including stainless steel, gold, titanium, etc. Consider which material you prefer for your watch case and bracelet or strap. Keep in mind that some materials may require more maintenance to maintain their appearance.

 6. Size and fit: Pay attention to the size and fit of the watch. A watch that matches your wrist size and is comfortable to wear is essential for everyday enjoyment. Larger watches have become popular in recent years, but consider what size will look good on your wrist.

 7. Brand and heritage: Some people value the heritage and reputation of a watch brand. Research and choose a brand that aligns with your values and expectations for quality and craftsmanship.

 8. Function: Think about any specific functions you want from your watch. This may include complications such as a date function, chronograph, or GMT hand. Some traditional watches offer other functions besides telling time.

 Your choice of traditional watch should reflect your personal taste and lifestyle. Especially people aged 30-40 years old, whether in the workplace or in life, appear more mature and trustworthy.