High Risk, High Reward
You usually end up with a group who gets totally blown away in awe, secretly wishing to trade place with the watch owner. And then you have a group who either took it as a gold-plated Nixon, or simply not registered anything at all. Last but definitely not least, you have this jealous hater group that jumps on the chance to (again, secretly) comment against you on how showy, ostentatious and tasteless you must be in life, while conjuring up all kinds of lucrative and illegal activities you must have engaged in to gather the fund needed to purchase a vulgar toy as such. In short, donning a full-on power watch in solid gold (all the way from bracelet to watch case) is a risky business, to say the least.
But what's equally true, is that these watches made in precious metal do embody a sense of beauty that could not be easily replicated. Yes, they are very loud pieces and will always attract attention like a piece of magnet. But if made well and worn with confidence, they really are as majestic as it gets. And I mean, who can blame you for owning something beautiful as such? Sometimes, only gold would do. If you've worked hard for it and genuinely appreciate the appeal of it for what it is, then really, go for it. This will be the most satisfying, exciting purchase you will ever make.
And here in Lengbeau we want to offer several tips on how to best choose the gold watch to own, where and when to wear one and most importantly, how to properly carry one without looking like a 6-year old kid trying on his dad's business suit for the first time.