Appearance makes the first impression whether you’re facing potential clients or investors. Style matters, and many jobs require you to present a polished appearance for you and your company in the most professional way possible.

Not only is a watch used to tell time, it can also tell a story about you. The watch you wear is going to affect the image that you want to create.


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Watches are a common theme in the law practice. For lawyers, finding the right watch for the job can be a challenge as they need a timepiece that reflects their authority while avoiding something too flashy.

In addition, it’s also important to have the right choice and precaution of not being pre-judged before you begin interacting with people. If you are a lawyer looking for a suitable watch, we have some ideas for you. 


Humble Picks

In some cases, it's not a good idea to pick a model that is expensive or showy. You don’t want your clients to think that you’re overcharging them. It’s either good to buy a budget watch that looks a bit more expensive than it is or a luxury watch that nobody would know costs as much as it did.

Citizen Eco-Drive

Citizen is one of the legends in the watch-making world. With over 100 years of its history, the Japanese watch brand makes super reliable watches.

To date, most watches in the world use quartz technology that Citizen helped to make popular. Not resting on its laurels, the watch brand launched its Eco-Drive movement, which was one of the world’s first solar-powered watches and the line flung Citizen to the forefront of the solar tech movement. 


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Many of these watches have a 180-day power reserve and a 200m water resistance, they also sport great construction that is affordable and tough. 

Citizen watches are an excellent choice for you if you prioritize value as they’re not the most flashy models on the market. In addition, they will work for years without any maintenance whatsoever. 

Eco-drive watches can be worn on any occasion from casual events to the courtroom, and you won’t have to worry about how much power your watch is packing. 

Fossil Townsman

The Fossil Townsman is a tasteful watch that is understated, elegant, and confident without being too flashy. Designed by a well-known American watch brand, the Townsman model’s design has a classic preppy look with upper-middle-class sensibilities.

It’s a stainless steel watch with a white dial and stick markers for its analog display. Its chronograph subdials are tastefully designed and don’t make it feel crowded or unwieldy. 


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In addition, there’s also a calfskin band with buckle closure adding a very nice classical touch. The Townsman is also affordable, which anyone who works for a living will appreciate. 

Not only that, but wearing a Fossil Townsman watch also will set you in good standing with budget minded clients who may have low incomes. If you wear a similar watch to the person you advise, they will see you as a reasonable person who won’t look down on them. 

High Profile Watch Picks

There are also times when you absolutely must go for a watch that can wow the jury and intimidate the opposition. Having a high profile watch on the wrist gives an air of authority and credibility, and can paint you as a lawyer who is quite reliable in his profession. After all, how can you afford a luxury watch if you aren’t winning cases for your clients?

Tag Heuer Carrera

The Carrera line began as a motorsports-themed chronograph and sports watch decades ago, and over the years, the line also became dressier “office” pieces in addition to the sportier models.


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Recently, Tag Heuer debuted a collection of its iconic Carrera sports watch family for everyday elegant wear. It was an overhaul for the line, and TAG Heuer designer Guy Bove focused on putting the classic essence of the Carrera into a wearable package meant for today’.

The new TAG Heuer Carreras feature a day/date complication on the 41mm-wide Carrera, but the 39mm-wide version only has a date indicator window at 6 o’clock. 

It’s an “updated classic” style Carrera, which has a lot of core Carrera elements on hands and hour markers, but there are some new things such as a revitalized case and bracelet.

With the new versions, TAG Heuer did a lot to make the case feel a bit more elegant, which is perfect for today’s office environment. 

The new Tag Heuer Carreras will go with a lot of situations. It’s casual enough for socializing but also serious enough to lend something positive to their character.

Best of all, it looks comfortable, and isn’t going to remind anyone of a Rolex. Of course, at more than $2,000 USD, it isn’t cheap, and could easily be challenged by a Seiko Presage. 

Ulysse Nardin Maxi Marine Chronometer

The Ulysse Nardin’s Marine line was first introduced in 1996 to celebrate the brand’s 150th anniversary. Over a decade later, the collection got upgraded with the launch of the Maxi Marine Chronometer in 2007. 

Since then, the Marine Chronometer has become a classic in its own right.


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What makes a Marine Chronometer outstanding is the small seconds dial, and the power reserve indicator at 12 o'clock. 

Its dial’s magnifying lens for the date is a handy feature that adds a lot to the style. In addition, the UN-118 movement has an automatic date corrector or quick set function, allowing for forwards or backward setting of the date.

This watch costs $9,000 and will be sure to put some pressure on the prosecution.

Case Closed 

Really, there are loads of great watches for legal pros, and if you like Seiko mods, and don’t want to buy something from the Seiko Presage line, namokiMODS can help you out with Watch spare parts to make your own watch. 

Seiko mods are great, and there are loads of options past simple SKX007 mods. If you want to use OEM parts, we have Seiko spare parts, and you can create a Seiko Mod Watch that matches your vision. 

Check out our online catalog for loads of interesting cases, dials, and hands, and make a watch that matches your style. 

Happy modding! 

September 17, 2022 — Jeremiah A

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