Buying guide

Choosing A Watch

Whether you are buying a watch for yourself or as a gift for someone else, buying a watch is a big commitment which requires thought and planning.

The following guide is designed to help you choose the right watch.

We hope you find the following information helpful, but don’t forget you can always contact us by phone, email or letter, for any information that is not answered below.

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The age old question and what it all boils down to, how much does it cost?At WatchWarehouse we strive to offer the best price for every watch.

To make it simple for you and kinder to your wallet we have created a 'By Price' filter which shows you the watches available in each category.

We have our unique Deals Page where you will find a daily, weekly or monthly deal which wont be beaten anywhere in the UK either on the internet or highs-street! We guarantee that!

Or if you have a very specific amount you can use our 'By Price Range' filter which allows you to put the price range you want to search by.




Gone are the days where a watch was just gold or silver, now watches are available in every colour under the sun to match your outfit, hair colour, mood or lipstick (for the girls out there!)

At WatchWarehouse you can search by colour with our nifty little 'By Watch Colour' filter, just click on the colour you require and it will do the rest for you, bringing up all watches from all our ranges and styles in that colour

  • black
  • blue
  • brown
  • cream
  • gold
  • green
  • grey
  • orange
  • pink
  • purple
  • red
  • silver
  • tan
  • white
  • white




From the first primitive timepiece the Sundial to today's watches that can tell the time in five different countries and just about make your tea in the morning there is more to a watch then just telling the time, to decipher all the watch jargon note our Glossary and Watch Care pages which we have put together so you can feel confidently informed to make the right choice.

The functions of a watch have changed dramatically from the first primitive timepiece the Sundial, to that of today's watches which can tell the time in five different countries to just about make your cup of tea in the morning, there is more to a watch then just telling the time.

To decipher all the watch jargon such as Quartz, Chronograph, Automatic, Analog, Subdial, Tachymeter, Deployment buckle, folder buckle, Altimeter, Chronometer, Kinetic, Oscillation and so much more without going round the bend please visit our Glossary and Watch Care pages, which we have put together so you can feel confidently informed to make the right choice.



Your not worried about the brand it's a look your after, so why not use our very helpful 'By Style' guide which shows all brands in an individual 'look' to help you find the watch that's right for you...





It can be a mind field deciding which brand of watch to choose, so at Watchwarehouse we have made the job that much easier for you by selecting only the most exciting brands such as LTD, Casio, Emporio Armani, Police, Michael Kors to name but a few.

They have been helpfully listed in our 'By Category' filter on the left had side for you to view at your leisure.


View all WatchWarehouse watches here.

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