Wrist watch

Finally, iWatch is available for all of us. A new generation of “watches” now spreading all over the world. But is everyone going to betray a classic wrist watch? I don’t think so and many of you will agree with me. Over the years a watch became a jewellery valued more for its aesthetic appeal and mechanical engineering than timekeeping. People are not wearing watches to tell time, watch is a symbol of something special. As much as iWatch is clever enough to ease life, a dream of owning gorgeous timepiece that can be passed down though generations is not going anywhere. Don’t underestimate the power of tradition.

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