Looking for a New Watch? Check Out These 5 Great Deals
Whether you’re looking for something sleek and utilitarian or classically handsome.
The right watch can be the perfect finishing touch to any outfit, but a good one can be expensive. Don't let the cost of a designer watch deter you from buying one, though: There are plenty of affordable, high-quality options out there — and we've found five solid options, listed below..
For when you want something more practical than a Rolex but more stylish than a Fitbit, there’s the Morphic M41 Watch. It pairs handsome looks with high-tech functionality, with water resistance up to 20 meters, Japanese Quartz movement, and a stainless steel gunmetal surface casing around the watch face.
Buy here: Get this classy watch for $59.99, or 90% off.
Sometimes less is more — and these Arvo Awristacrat Watches don't need a whole lot of vestigial features to make a big impression. This unisex watch features date and weekday windows on the dial, a stainless steel casing and backplate, and a gorgeous minimalistic look.
Buy here: Get this sleek watch for $79.95, reduced from $129.95.
The Simplify 4100 Unisex Watch is the perfect everyday watch. It has a sleek sandblasted dial, sturdy matte-finish metal case, and non-glare scratch resistant mineral crystal.
Buy here: Get this simple watch for $46.99, which is 76% off the usual price of $200.
If you want a watch that's a little out of the box (or, out of this world), check out the Xeric Trappist-1 Moonphase Watch. It was designed by one of the most successful watch brands on Kickstarter, and features two Super-LumiNova planets that indicate hours and minutes on the dial, a center viewing window that shows the current moon phase, and Hesalite domed crystal (which just so happens to be the preferred watch crystal for all space missions). It might not be like going to outer space, but it's pretty close.
Buy here: Get this unique watch for $244.99, reduced from $350.
This limited-edition watch is engraved with a number between 001 to 999, giving you a unique opportunity to own something truly exclusive. It has "halo" hands that display time through a series of arcs, but the best feature, is the mechanical rotor, which is powered by your daily movement, meaning you’ll never need to replace the battery.
Buy here: Pick up this watch for $349.99, down from the initial price of $595.
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