Steampunk is a compound word consisting of two words steam and punk. Punk is a non-mainstream, marginal culture, a style of writing in street language dialogue, its significance lies in the independence of the subject matter style, rather than anti-social.
Steampunk's works often rely on certain hypothetical new technologies, such as new energy, new machinery, new materials, new vehicles, etc., to show an overhead worldview parallel to the Western world in the 19th century, and strive to create its fiction and nostalgia.
Features of steampunk watches
Steampunk culture began in the 70s, but it became mainstream pop culture in the late 2000s and is still popular today.
Steampunk watches have a unique style and the best steampunk artistry.
Steampunk watches have features that most watches don't have. They have high quality and some extraordinary features, but at the same time they are very stylish. Happily, you might get a lot of compliments while wearing a steampunk watch.
What is a steampunk watch made of?
The material of the watch is not only related to the beauty of the watch, but also has nothing to do with durability, weight, and impact on the skin.
This material allows the watch to last longer and does not cause allergic reactions. It also adds a professional look to it. However, these types of watches are quite expensive.
They are a substitute for stainless steel because they are cheap. They are sometimes gilded. On the other hand, they are more likely to cause allergic reactions and are easily scratched, making them less durable.
You can find them in any color, and they are very durable, so if you like sports and are often busy with outdoor activities, make them a good choice. The bad thing is that they look very random, so they don't work well under ideal circumstances.
This material is soft and can be used in any occasion, so it makes the watch very comfortable to wear. However, they may fade or crack later.
Tips for buying a steampunk watch:
If you want to choose the perfect watch for yourself, please pay attention to the ratio of the watch to the wrist and hand. You may not want to choose a watch that is too big for your wrist, or looks a little cheesy, and you may also want to stay away from a watch that is too small for your wrist, because it looks like a girl. There is a general rule, for example, if your wrist is 6 to 7 inches long, you should choose a watch with a case diameter of 38-42mm. If your wrist is larger than 7 inches, please choose 44-46 mm.