Men’s Watch Guide for Sugar Babies

By Malia

Oct 19, 2017

A big clue to a man’s lifestyle and financial ability, watches are like hashtags for success in real life. A man can rent an exotic car for a day and snap a picture driving a Ferrari, but a watch carries a more distinguishing characteristic, like an intimate affair. Watches are personal statements that comes handy, pun intended. Below is a introductory men’s watch guide for sugar babies.

What’s in a Timepiece?

Granted, not all men wear or even care for watches. But for those who do, thank you, as they certainly help sugar babies get a better sense of your financial means to be a SD. As you may be aware, or soon will find out, stated income on SD profiles can be deceiving. Some men over inflate to draw attention while the opposite can also be true as really rich men sometimes don’t want to draw as much attention to their pockets.

As a sugar baby, make a point of familiarizing yourself with luxurious watch brands. Never mind if watches aren’t your cup of tea. You are not necessarily looking to wear those pieces yourself (although the idea sparkles my eyes) but use them to help you spot the real deal SD. As you sort through possibilities over meet & greets, or even more importantly when you look for sugar daddies organically, keep your eyes wide open for these prestigious wristwatches.

Rolex

Probably the most popular or recognizable luxury brand watch, Rolex tend to be one of the first watches for a men of means acquire. This brand resonates with men who got richer recently. The Yacht Master goes for about $35K. Beware that the market is saturated with counterfeit Rolex too.

Audemars Piguet

Traditional, but also sporty and exclusive. Think of under 40,000 watches distributed a year worldwide. Entry level models are around $10K but are rare. Royal Oak is one of their iconic series and the price tag this year is around $90k.

Patek Phillipe

Very traditional, more on the classic side, and literally worn by royalty. The mechanical part is complex and tend to resonate also with the mechanical engineer and analytical type. The Grand Complications model this year cost about $90K.

Jaeger-Lecoultre

Also traditional with complicated mechanics, traditionalism and preference by royalties. However, it tends to be sleekier than Patek Phillipe, and more subdued. The Master Ultra Thin Moon cost $16K.

Vacheron Constantin

The oldest Swiss watchmaker brand, super traditional and understated. The Patrimony model costs $26K.

Ulysse Nardin

A classic choice for men who likes water sports, rubber bands, but no cheap watches. The Maxi Marine Diver Chronometer is about $20K.

There are many top tier watches out there, and Swiss made and European brands are better associated with watches than American brands. I’d be going on a full chapter to note them all here, but think of of these brands and visit their websites so you can see pictures and know how to spot these pieces better.

Other top tier watch brands include Zenith, Girard-Perregaux, Hublot, Blancpain, Hermes, Greubel Forsey, Piaget, Bulgari, Cartier, Romain Jerome and Roger Dubuis. The more affordable luxury brands (and the ones you will likely see around) are Tag Heuer, Breitling, and Omega.

All in Good Time

Memorize those watch brands and in time, you will find a POT wearing one of these watches. Not only will it be a way to estimate the depth of his pockets, but having this knowledge can be a great way to start a conversation. He will surely be impressed to find you know the brand, origin, model, and even how to tell time on his luxury watch!