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    Hi guys, i'm a newbie to this forum. So recently i came across several threads indicating that modern day dress watches are on average 38-40mm in diameter. But when i measured my dress watch size, its only 34mm but since i have smaller wrists, i wonder whether my current dress watch which is 34mm in size is suitable for me. I have attached photos for your reference. Do let me know about what you think! Whether you feel it is a perfect size/too small/too big for me.

    Also, this watch has a reference number L47084726. When i googled it, it came up as a ladies' watch! I got a shock because when i bought it previously, the AD told me it was a gent's watch. Do let me know whether in your opinion, it's more suitable as a gent's or ladies'.
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    Thanks so much for your valued opinions!


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    Re: Need help with watch size!

    Personally, I think that watch looks just fine on your wrist. It's at the small side of what you can get away with, but no issues from me. From a design perspective, it lookalike a gents or unisex watch too.

    At the end of the day, you need to be comfortable and like the watch, regardless of what others say.
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    Re: Need help with watch size!

    Looks good to me! I wouldn't get too caught up with men/women watches, unless the overall design is gear towards to the said gender. But, as long as you like it, that's all it matters.
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    Re: Need help with watch size!

    It looks perfect.

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    Re: Need help with watch size!

    Agree with above - wouldn't go much smaller but that watch looks just fine.

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    Re: Need help with watch size!

    It looks a little bit small to me, but it is a nice looking watch and it looks good on your wrist.

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    Re: Need help with watch size!

    Because of your wrist it doesnt look small, looking good

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    Re: Need help with watch size!

    34mm is absolutely fine in a watch that has a very thin bezel like yours. It will wear larger because of that.
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    Re: Need help with watch size!

    It fits your wrist very well and very classic! it doesn't look like a ladies watch at all. I'm use to smaller watches under 35mm because I like to wear vintage watches and I have smaller wrists and some friends of mine laugh at me because they say it's a women's watch because of the size. I just laugh at them because they are use to wearing huge oversized Jumbotron fashion watches on their wrist that looks like they strapped a wall clock on their wrist. I tell them that They look like flavor flav jokes on them



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    Looks fine size and style wise. You do have room for something bigger if you wanted to base on your wrist.
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