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Men's Wristwatches with Pulse Monitor

Stay on top of your busy schedule with a men's watch with a pulse monitor. These watches are often wider with larger faces for an eye-catching appearance. Designed with a pulse monitor, they measure your heart rate.

Popular Strap Materials for Men's Wristwatches with Pulse Monitors:
  • PVD Coated
  • Silver
  • Titanium
  • Carbon Fibre
  • Ceramic

PVD coated band wristwatches are designed from very strong materials for added durability. PVD coated bands are resistant to corrosion, so they will look like new for seasons to come. Silver band wristwatches have a fashionable style, which will add a trendy touch to any wardrobe. They have lightweight builds, which make them even more comfortable to wear for any activity.

Available Display Styles for Men's Watches with Pulse Monitors:
  • Analogue
  • LED
  • Digital
  • Binary
  • Analogue and Digital

Whether you prefer a watch with Roman numerals or Arabic numbers, analogue wristwatches come with a wide range of dial features. Designed with functional and stylish displays, they will help you always arrive on time. LED wristwatches display the time digitally, so they are incredibly easy to read. Generally built with a quartz crystal and a tiny digital computer in order to keep track of the time, they have superior accuracy.

Popular Movement Types for Men's Wristwatches with Pulse Monitors:
  • Tuning Fork Movements
  • Quartz Battery Movements
  • Automatic Movements
  • Mechanical Hand-Wound Movements
  • Quartz Solar-Powered Movements

Widely used in the late fifties and sixties, the tuning forks produce a subtle humming noise. These watches are designed with accurate movements and give off pleasant humming noises, so you can be sure that they are operating correctly. With their classic design, quartz movement wristwatches will be great additions to any jewellery collection. They are very low-maintenance for added convenience.

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