Size Guide

If you’re unsure about how to choose the right-sized watch for your wrist, don’t worry our experts have created a comprehensive watch size guide and chart to help you find your perfect fit.

Understanding how watch sizing works can be confusing for those unfamiliar with it. But don’t worry, we’ll explain it in an easy-to-understand format so that you can find the right-sized watch for you.

Firstly, let’s look at how watch cases are measured and sized. Most watch cases are round, and their size is determined by measuring the diameter across the case in millimeters (mm).

In addition to the size of the case, the shape of the case can also affect how large or small a watch appears on your wrist. It’s important to note that the size of the chart may appear different on various screens due to resolution differences. To ensure the accuracy of the sizes, we recommend opening the printable PDF version of the chart. This will allow you to print the chart at the actual size without any stretching or distortion.

So, whether you prefer a larger or smaller watch, our watch size guide and chart will help you find the perfect fit for your wrist. Check out the watch case size guide below for more information.

Watch Diameter Matters:

When it comes to choosing the perfect watch, the size of the case is the most significant factor to consider. In the past, men’s watches typically ranged from 34-36mm, while women’s watches were even smaller. However, nowadays, the average men’s wristwatch size falls between 38-46mm. Watches that are smaller than 38mm are often designed for women, but this doesn’t mean that women can’t wear larger watches if they prefer.

Here’s a breakdown of watch sizing:

  • Watches that are smaller than 34mm are considered small and are typically designed for women.
  • Watches that are between 34mm to 38mm are considered midsize and are often unisex.
  • Watches that are between 39mm to 42mm are considered standard and are designed for men.
  • Watches that are between 43mm to 46mm are considered XL or oversize and are also designed for men.
  • Watches that are larger than 47mm are considered XXL and are designed for men.

Remember, the size of the watch case can significantly impact the overall look and feel of the watch on your wrist. Consider your personal preferences and the size of your wrist when choosing the perfect watch size for you.

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