How Do I Measure My Wrist Circumference And Do I Choose The Correct Diameter For My Replica Watch?
DETERMINE YOUR PULSE CIRCUMFERENCE BY MEASURING
To determine the correct diameter of a watch, fitting your wrist, we first need to measure the wrist circumference.
On our guidepost (at the bottom of the page) you can very simply see how best to work out your wrist circumference.
On average the pulse circumference of ladies is between 170-180 mm in length. For the men it is a bit higher: 190-200 mm.
If you know the circumference of your wrist, you can also determine which diameter watch case you can best take. Do you want to know more? Read below how to select the diameter of your replica watch!
WHAT IS THE DIAMETER OF A Replica WATCH?
The diameter of a watch usually includes the width (without a crown included) of a watch case. Usually the width is shown in millimeters with a product description.
There are 3 different categories: Classic, normal and XL. On our guidepost (right half) you can find a range where these categories will fit. Classic will therefore look normal with a slightly thinner wrist and an XL will fit more with a large wrist.
You can safely draw and cut out the diameter of the cupboard with a compass on paper. To get a picture of what your next purchase would look like with your own wrist circumference, this is slightly better. Making an estimate based on categories is always less accurate because you can not literally perceive it.
However, it is always a subjective choice, because some people prefer a smaller or larger timepiece. Are you a diver? Or are you struggling to read small numbers on your small dial? Then an XL would not be a bad choice. Do you like elegance? Just choose a classic then!
Now, however, you can easily choose a replica Rolex watches yourself based on the diameter and your own personal preference.