Expensive Look and Budget.
The first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word "expensive" is money. For many people, the price tag on a watch is an indicator for how much a product costs to make and what kind of quality it will have.
When it comes to watches, there are many different types of materials used in their construction. The most common ones include metal, plastic and leather. Metal watches can range from gold to stainless steel and can be made with a variety of different styles and designs. Plastic watches are usually less expensive than metal ones but do not have as much prestige or prestige as metal ones do. Leather watch straps are some of the most luxurious options available today because they're made from real leather that has been tanned naturally by cows instead of being treated chemically like synthetic leather straps are. These types of materials not only look good but also feel better when worn on your wrist because they're organic products versus man-made ones made with chemicals or other artificial substances that may cause skin irritations or allergies in some people's cases.