What is a "Desk Diver"?
In today societies, Life style changes very fast. You may have been in the company just now, and went to a bar in the next second. You may need a desk diver watch if you have the same idea with us.
Versatility is key when you find yourself in a variety of environments. You’ll need a dive watch that can dress up or down with you. Here are some factors will work for you:
Something that works with both casual and formal attire
Neutral dial colors
A steel bracelet or an overall case design that works with leather straps.
Polished design touches that elevate the overall formality
Interesting designs that move past the bare-bones utilitarian look
With so many options to choose from, it’s easy to see why watch enthusiasts are drawn to these sea-dwelling hunks of stainless steel. Dive watches provide a universal and appealing wearing experience. As a result, a diver may be the only watch you’ll ever need. But remember, a good way to store your watch is very important if you have more than one watch. If you think storing your watch for long periods of time keeps it in perfect condition, think again. Regularly wearing your watch is what will really keep it in perfect running condition. Wearing is caring—wear your watch if you really want to take care of it.
Why’s that? When you wear your watch regularly, you maintain the viscosity of the lubricants in the movement. When the watch is a standstill for long periods of time, these lubricants may harden, causing friction. Eventually, this friction may damage the functioning of the movement.
So, if you don’t wear your watch regularly, wind it at least once a week. This keeps the watch gears moving and keep the lubricants from hardening. Better yet, get a good watch winder, which will keep your watch functioning properly when it’s not on your wrist.