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Sport Digital Watches

Digital watches are timeless devices useful for both young and older wearers alike. Sport watches range from simple to sophisticated designs but generally are rugged and semi-casual accessories any man can benefit from. Besides the practical aspect of letting you know the time, they can also add to your overall look.

Silicone

Very common on sports digital watches, silicone is one of the best materials to use on both watch bodies and straps. Its inherent flexibility makes it shock resistant, and the material naturally repels water. Most silicone band digital sport watches prioritise durability because of the gruelling trials they face with their active wearers, so sweat-proofing and shock resistance is a must. If your watch’s case is made of metal but compatible with replacement bands, buy silicone straps to enjoy a flexible but durable way to secure your watch on your wrist.

Steel Straps

Steel is an elegant and durable material that lends sophistication to a watch. Consider the thickness of your watch case when choosing steel bands. Oftentimes, steel watches are quite hefty, and adding a steel watch band only adds onto that. You run the risk of being uncomfortable due to the weight differential between your arms. In case you want to add a stealthy piece to your watch collection, consider a black stainless steel band digital sport watch with a matching black steel band for an interesting accessory that gets people curious about your style.

Features

Many sport watches incorporate smart technology to augment their accuracy at keeping the time. Some include monitors to help you gauge your blood pressure and heart rate, while others have intricate depth sensors that tell you how deep you are below sea level. When shopping around, bear in mind what features you want and need to suit your lifestyle. For instance, a running watch may not feature the water resistance a swimmer would want in their sports watch.

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