"Happy Time" is a marketing technique, where watches are set to show certain times to make them appear as if they are smiling. People in this audience are in the market for fashion and designer watches, which include brands, such as Michael Kors, Hugo Boss, Olivia Burton, Gucci, Emporio Armani, Armani Exchange and COACH. They have been observed researching and comparing different features of these watches, such as strap type if it's an analog or digital watch, water resistance, watch movements and shape.
The Patek Phillippe Caliber 89 is the most convoluted mechancial pocket watch ever made. It's composed of 18-carat gold, has 24 hands, 1,728 components and a thermometer as well as a star chart. Don't want to even imagine the price of that. People in this audience are interested in purchasing luxury watches. They have been observed checking out various luxury brand watches, such as Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin, Patek Philippe, Rolex, Omega watches, Bremont and Chopard. They have also been observed researching and comparing different features of these watches, such as strap type, water resistance, watch movements and shape.
The first technical smartwatch, the plus four wristlet route indicator, was created in the 1920s and came with a scroll map cartridge to help you get from point A to B. People in this audience are in the market for smartwatches. They have been observed checking out the top smartwatches, which include the Apple Watch 3, Samsung Gear S3, Asus ZenWatch, ZTE Quartz, LG Watch Style, LG Watch Sport, and Fitbit Ionic. While shopping for smartwatches, they research and compare the various features included, such as GPS tracking unit, heart rate monitor, and activity tracker.