Seriously. Google “Men’s Watch Buyers Guide”. I just did. 46,200,000 results (approx.).
That’s… that’s just unnecessary. Have you ever in your life felt you needed even one guide to a purchase like that. Have friends opinions become unwarranted and indeed unwelcome in the face of “blogging” now having money behind it and being considered a job by more and more people?
Is looking in shops too hard for people?
Hell, is browsing Amazon for your options an insane prospect? You know the people who write these thinks just link to Amazon anyway. That where the money comes from. They get kickbacks from Amazon sales if they’re the one that linked you the buyer to the product.
This isn’t even taking into account with the proliferation of the smartphone, the less necessary watch ownership even is.
Maybe – and this might sound silly – we don’t need the internet or people looking to make a buck from it telling us what to do/wear/buy/envy/hate/love/etc.
Maybe we do. If we do; as a portion of the internet, my advice is this: you gotta figure a couple things out on your own sometimes. it’s not fun, but you’ll live. We’ve all been there. Buying a watch is the least of your concerns. Now friggin’ pay me goddamnit.