So, you’re thinking about buying a new watch? Something good like one of these Bewell watches?  And you still don’t have a clue about what things to look for? Then here are some important things to look out for when shopping for a watch.

When working hard on the job, you won’t have the time to painstakingly decipher the time being displayed on the dial. Time is of the essence when it comes to the line of duty, and any second wasted trying to read the time will just hurt your productivity.

That’s why big watchmakers like Baume & Mercier, or Bulova will always make sure that their watches are of top-notch quality when it comes to watch design. And they do that with the help of their best-kept technology advancements.

Because of this, when looking at a watch, make sure to check if the dial is easy to read. Generally, dials with big and bright displays for the time work best and require the least effort to read, no matter what time of the day it is.

As mentioned earlier, time is of the essence in work, and because of this, you can not afford to have a watch that can’t keep accurate time. High-end luxury watches like these Breitling timepieces or these Burberry wristwatches will never let you down when it comes to timekeeping.

Precision is of the utmost importance as well, and while most digital watches are equipped with movements that can retain its accuracy down to the second, make sure to double-check what movement the digital watch is using before sealing the deal.

Having to change a watch battery is a hassle for everyone (but that would be less of a problem if you choose a watch from the Citizen Navihawk series). Not only will you have to go out and buy a set of watch batteries, open up the watch and install the batteries, but you also have to deal with not having a watch for however long it takes to replace the battery.

While this is unavoidable, watches with a longer battery will assure the wearers that they won’t have to get their batteries replaced frequently, allowing them to have accurate time on their wrist for much longer. You can see this in action if you stick to great watch brands and series such as the Casio Enticer series, or this world-famous Casio Edifice watch series.

Most watches on the market today are already equipped with high-powered batteries that can last a wearer more than a year, however, there still exists some watches that don’t match up with their counterparts when it comes to battery life, so it’s best to do some extra research on the watch’s battery before confirming the purchase.

And if you’re still stuck with no choices, then I highly recommend you check out the Forester watch series or this Frogman collection from Casio. They’re popular watch series and I’m sure they will satisfy you as well because many people have reported back with positive reviews about them.

Police work is a rough business. Officers have to deal with a bunch of unexpected twists and turns every day while in the line of duty.

Because of all this unpredictability, police officers watch will meet a bunch of bumps and scratches that it usually won’t see when worn on the wrist of a regular citizen. To make sure that the watch will survive all this abuse, keep an eye out for watches with a respectable level of shock resistance, such as those in this Citizen Nighthawk series, or the ones you can find in this Citizen PCAT series.

Also, a police officer wouldn’t want to have to remove their watch due to it being uncomfortable at a certain point in the day. That’s why watches from great brands such as Fossil, or Hamilton watches will always be preferable. It’s because there are so many important and urgent matters that police officers attend to on a regular basis that their watch is the least of their concerns.

To make things a bit easier for them, make sure to get them a timepiece with a very comfortable strap and feeling on the wrist, which means nothing too heavy either. That’s why I highly recommend checking out these great Citizen watches. With most watches, it’s best to look for those with polyurethane straps, as those provide the most comfort when it comes to wearing the watches.