Buying a watch online is not rocket science. It can be a simple and pleasant process that can take as much time as you want — a few hours, a few days, or weeks and months of careful examination and exploration. A watch means different things to different people; some people just want a cheap timepiece to help them keep on schedule — they don’t care a fig about fashion. Others want something elegant, something that makes a personal statement. And some collect rare and vintage watches.
So start creating solo and group boards on Pinterest for the kind of watches you are interested in. The majority of Americans already have a Pinterest account which is kind of like an eBay alernative, or know someone who will share one with them. Once you have a specific timepiece board, listing your own specifications, you’ll be flooded with submissions and can pick and choose as you please which ones to respond to.
Instagram is another no-brainer for anyone in the market for a watch. In fact, recent trends show that Instagram is becoming the go-to online market for a large majority of Millennials who are tired of dealing with Amazon.
Of course in both cases it’s always wise to remember the old Latin saying: Caveat Emptor, or Buyer Beware. Never buy a timepiece online if it doesn’t come with some solid money-back guarantees. And of course, any is our suggestion.