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Watch Sales ‘Always In Motion’

watchesYou may not be aware, but many watches originate from the same source. Certain brands lease out the manufacturing and distribution of their watches to companies specifically set up to manufacture watch parts in-house. One such super watchmaker is the Movado group.

Movado was founded in 1881 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland by Achilles Ditesheim. The company was purchased by arts enthusiast Gedalio Grinberg of New York in 1983; his son, Efraim Grinberg, is the current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Movado Group. The name Movado is Esperanto for “always in motion.” And like Esperanto, a language designed to be universal, the Movado group designs, manufactures, and distributes many luxury watches, including the brand name watches of Ebel, Concord, ESQ by Movado, Coach, Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Juicy Couture and Tommy Hilfiger.

In fact, we have a great sale running on many Ebel and Concord watches, like this men’s Saratoga watch with silver dial, quartz movement, white diamond bezel, and stainless steel strap. If you’re looking for a majestic, authoritative timepiece in men’s watches, you cannot do much better than this, now on sale for 59% off! Check out all the great deals on Concord watches, and all our other watch brands, at TheWatchery.com today!

Concord Watches, Thin, Elegant, Innovative

Concord has had a long standing reputation for quality, craftsmanship and innovation. In 1979 the Concord Delirium was a watershed moment for the company. They had created the world’s flattest analogue watch at a then staggering 1.98 mm thickness. In the coming years their analogue watches would break the 1 mm mark. Their record for the flattest analogue watch in the world remains uncontested to this day.

This focus on thinness and engineering that fits into smaller watch faces has lead to designs that can include elegant as well as modern elements in increasingly tiny packages. The Concord Women’s La Scala line is a great set of examples of the sort of exciting design work being done at Concord today. There is an innovative blend of retro curves and chic modern sensibility that forms together to create a stunning and specific design sense on the whole line. These watches are elegant and functional without sacrificing either side of the designer watch coin.

Concord has been a trusted innovator and reputed high quality designer for more than a century. With these designs they continue to be at the forefront of sharp and elegant watch design. The Watchery has a wide selection of Concord watches available at great prices.

Do Buddhists Need to Wear Watches?

IWCAlthough I don’t consider myself a Buddhist, I know quite a lot about their philosophy and their beliefs about time. Time is somewhat important to the nature of existence. Or rather, it’s more like the lack of time itself that is at the core. Buddhists don’t view time in the way that other cultures and religions do. They believe only in the here and now. There is no past, there is no future. You are living moment to moment. This is known as the nature of impermanence. It states that everything is in a constant state of flux, of motion. This flows nicely into the belief of rebirth. And therefore, not even death itself is real. There is no beginning and there is no end.

So if you’re constantly living in the moment do you really need an IWC watch? Despite philosophical beliefs, I do think even the most devout follower would still own a watch. How else would you know what time to meet your friend for afternoon tea?! You can still live moment to moment, but at least you won’t be late for work or miss dinner with your wife. Time is just a way to make life easier and you might as well do it in style with a Concord watch!

Technology Will Never Replace a Concord Watch

IWCMy generation seems to forgotten just how wonderful it is to wear a watch. Instead, they look to their cellphones or iPads for the time. If only they would realize that watches are much more than timepieces. They are accessories just like that belt you’re wearing or the rings on your fingers. And let’s not forget that sometimes, technology breaks. On that day, I’ll certainly have the last laugh because I can look to my watch for the time and you’ll look to a barren wrist.

As my generation creeps up to the age of 30, many of realized just how fashionable a Concord watch can really be. They are into their “hipster” look, searching for cool vintage clothes and accessories. The watch companies have heard their cries and we are seeing an increase in watches that look vintage, like something your grandfather may have owned. There is also a surge in watches that show the inner workings and mechanics, a partial ode to steampunk.

Before you consider purchasing another bracelet, try adorning that wrist with a IWC watch from The Watchery instead. It’ll be a welcome change to your wardrobe.

Concord Watches: The Saratoga Collection

concordConcord, a Luxury brand of Movado, has had several strong collections in the 2000s. One of its most popular ran until 2007. This was the Saratoga sports luxury watch. The Saratoga watch featured a face with bright bold numerals.

Stylistically it’s unique. The emphasis, unlike on most watches, were the 12, 4, and 8 as opposed to the 12, 3, 6, and 9. However luxurious the watch is it takes comfort into consideration. The wristband is made out of rubber so it won’t scratch you when you’re active.

The Saratoga Collection has several different models too, all of which are driven by looks and comfort. The Automatic, for example, has a slightly more interesting face detail, connecting the second chronographs by silver paneling.The New Saratoga has a slightly more monochromatic color scheme but ultimately looks like the original.

The Women’s models of this line are called La Scala. They have similar designs to the Saratoga with crystal embellishments on the face plates. They’re a bit smaller in scale, too, so they have a feminine edge.

Concord Saratoga watches are sleek and simple and have elements of retro design infused. They’re not distracting either, which makes them ideal for sports that require intense concentration.

Cartier Watches and More for Mother’s Day

cartierHoliday alert! Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8! That’s only a little more than a week away. Have you purchased your mom a gift yet? If you’re like me, the answer is no. But I already know the perfect gift for my mom, and your mom too. Cartier watches of course! A watch always makes a wonderful gift –especially for women since it is technically jewelry and all. But you don’t have to limit yourself to Cartier. The Watchery has plenty of brands, such as Ebel, Concord, and Glam Rock.

It won’t be hard to find a watch to match your mom’s style. You can opt for elegant and classy and choose one with a diamond dial and crystal bezel. Or you can go for casual and functional and choose a stainless steel or leather band watch. For moms that want a nice pop of color, the Glam Rock collection is perfect. Fun and bright colors will go perfect with mom’s spring and summer outfits. The Watchery has it all!

So order quickly to ensure that your watch will arrive on time and make your Mother’s Day a successful and memorable one!

Concord Watches and Their History

Concord watches are pretty fine looking timepieces. They have a very modern flair, mixing conventional and stylish together to become some lovely keepsakes for both men and women. Concord is actually a part of the Movado group of watches, but has a history in itself.

It was founded in 1908 in Switzerland, making it a true Swiss watch company.  They have the distinction of being one of the first private label luxury watch companies to incorporate gems and precious metals, like diamond and platinum, into their watches. In 1979 they also created, at the time, the world’s thinnest watch, the Delirium watch.

Today their designs range from elegant to sporty, with great styles that are also extremely functional. Their the kind of watch you can wear to a business meeting and still have on when you just go hang out with the guys. For women they have models with diamond dials and mother of pearl cases, so they can really show everyone your sense of high fashion and luxury.

Concord watches are the kind that you know have a long history, so you’ll be showing off a timeless piece when you wear one on your wrist.

Concord Watches – They Got Stones!

As we have previously mentioned, The Watchery offers a tremendous selection of brand name luxury watches, including (but not limited to) IWC, PArmigiani, Chopard, Ebel, and Baume & Mercier. However, one of the most popular (if not the most popular) has always been the timepieces created by the Concord Watch company.

Though the Concord Watch Company was started back in 1908, they didn’t become the world-wide watch-power they are today until after the first World War. Perhaps not coincidentally, this was about the same time that the pocket watch began to go out of style, instead being replaced by the wrist watch, which was used by soldiers in combat.

Whatever the reason, the conclusion of World War I was the time period in which Concord watches began to take off. While their quality was always sublime, Concord was now being recognized for some of the eye-catching gems found in their pieces, such as sapphires, rubies, emeralds, and of course, diamonds.

To this day, the Concord Watch company is celebrated for their careful selection of diamonds. In fact, each diamond selected is specifically chosen for its connection to the timepiece it is intended to be used for.

We are not suggesting that any Concord watch is far-and-beyond better than the timepieces made by Chopard, Ebel or Baume & Mercier. We are suggesting, however, that if you are looking for an elegant luxury timepiece that will feature precious stones, there is no choice that can top Concord.

Who Makes Your Watches? The Answer May Surprise You

concordOne of the most impressive parts about shopping for watches through The Watchery is their impressive number of brand name companies. This list includes, but is not limited to, Breitling, Cartier, Tag Heuer, Ebel, Concord, JeanRichard, Parmigiani, Baume and Mercier, IWC, and Raymond Weil. The full list of brand names being offered at The Watchery is much larger and more extensive, and is available for viewing on their official website.

The full list is very impressive, and we have zero intention of taking away from that. If you have got a specific watch in mind, The Watchery is your best place to find it, especially with their quick find and advanced searching options.

However, sometimes these brand names aren’t all that different… or at the very least, their origins aren’t.

Did you know that it is actually the Movado Watch company that designs, manufactures, and distributes Ebel watches, as well as Concord, ESQ, Coach, Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Juicy Couture ad Tommy Hilfiger? That’s right, all those brand name watches are designed and distributed from the same placr.

By no means should you compare a Concord timepiece to the $5 Juicy Couture watch impulse-buy for your youngest niece at the counter on Gap Kids. But who designs a great number of these watches is an intriguing thing to notice.

And it certainly makes their slogan more noteworthy, doesn’t it?

Featured Deals From The Watchery

Ever heard of a surprise sale? You know, when a company seemingly-randomly reveals they are putting a plethora of items on sale, with no warning whatsoever?

Well what’s the fun in that?

At The Watchery, they offer a featured deal on a specific timepiece. This Monday, the featured item was the Eterna Soleure Men’s Watch, being offered at 70% off the original retail prices. But the deal only lasts for a very limited time (a countdown clock to the end of the deal is actually present on the front of The Watchery website), then a new item is offered.

But here’s the best part: The Watchery actually shows ALL of their upcoming deals as well, meaning there are no surprises as to which watch will be offered at a “deal price” next. For example, later this week the featured deal item will be the C1 Chrono Orange Dial Automatic Watch.

Concord watches are one-of-a-kind sophisticated creations full of technical complication that is truly unmatchabale. And the C1 Chrono Orange Dial Automatic Watch is no exception. And once the Concord C1 Chrono Orange Dial Automatic Watch goes on sale on December 24th, it’ll be available through The Watchery for 40% off the retail price. That’s savings of nearly five-THOUSAND dollars.

So check out The Watchery’s featured deal, and be sure to check out the upcoming deals. Because with savings this good, who needs to be surprised?