Puma Watches

Written by Sarah Provost
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Puma watches, with very few exceptions, don't look like any other watches. How about a rectangular-faced men's watch with red and yellow stripes? There's a men's watch with a massive stainless-steel case and a pink bezel. Women's watches are no less quirky, with orange faces and oddly shaped bangles.

Obviously, Puma watches are aimed at young, hip consumers. The men's watch with the blue, green, red and white striped band and blue-and-white face is a prime example. This is not a watch meant to be worn with a business suit. Nor are these watches meant for serious sport. The model labeled "sport watch" is water resistant to only 50 meters and has a leather strap, which seems less appropriate for a sport watch than a urethane band.

Puma Watches Are Fun and Fashionable

Puma watches are highly collectible. With approximately 100 styles available, all priced under $100, you can collect a whole wardrobe of watches. For men, start with the handsome analog/digital watch, with a sleek stainless steel case and tapered black leather cuff. This relatively conservative watch can, in fact, be worn with a business suit, but is equally appropriate for leisure time. Then add a watch with a colorful face to liven up your jeans and t-shirt wardrobe.

For women, start with one of the smaller faces with a black or tan strap for a "business casual" look. Then have fun with bright colors and sassy bangles. With the discounts offered by online merchants, you can change your watch as often as you change your clothes.


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