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Big watch, small wrist


I remember a time when most of the people sporting stately, affluently-sized watches were dads, grandpas, and probably the occasional Salvador Dali fan. But these days, no matter who you are, it seems there's nothing wrong with having a wall clock wrapped around your wrist. In fact, according to the rules of watch-wearing and presidential arm swag, bigger is better. 

 When I first discovered Swiss Wrist, a leader in the luxury watch industry, I thought "Jeez, I bet even Father Time was wearing a Rolex Submariner." Not only does Swiss Wrist thrive on complete customer satisfaction that's backed by authenticity and a three-year product warranty; they've also been consistently recognized by some of the biggest brand names in today's media. They even offer pre-owned Rolex watches for the budget savvy, so if you haven't jumped on the timekeeper's trend with your own Rolex Datejust, be sure to check it out! 

Besides your fashion-forwardness, and assuming you'll never be late for another meeting again, think of the minutes saved by simply avoiding that age-old question, "Do you have the time?"

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