You might wonder how, if the watch companies don’t pay us to convince you to buy their products, we keep the website going? It’s simple, really. YOU keep the website going, simply be reading our reviews, making an informed decision, and then using one of our affiliate links to make your purchase.
Every time you make a purchase using one of our affiliate links, we get a small commission on that purchase. This commission does not affect the price you pay for the watch. The process circles the dial like this: You read reviews, make your purchase through one of our affiliate links, we get a commission, and the commission allows us to keep doing reviews. You might think that this would create a bias, but that would ultimately backfire.
If we were to write a review with the intent of leading you into a poor purchase, the short-term effect would be the loss of the commission from that item when you return the watch. However, the long-term effect would be much more far-reaching. If we give good reviews to bad products, eventually you and others would stop using our site to help you make an informed decision, and therefore stop using the affiliate links to make your purchases. In a nutshell, without you, the blog does not exist.
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