The Watchery is offering awesome prices on luxury watches in the Silver & Gold Holiday Sale Event. The perfect gifts for the loved ones in your life, these high-end watches for men and women are available for up to 89% off! The collection includes products from favorites like Invicta watches and Swiss Legend watches, as well as timepieces from Lucien Piccard, Seiko and many more. Take a look at some of the highlights below and visit TheWatchery.com to see more great deals!
First up for women from the legendary Japanese watchmaker Seiko is style SXDB58P1 (left). This gold tone ion plated stainless steel watch has white diamond indices at 67% off the original price for $154.99. The center watch below is the Kenneth Jay Lane 3201, a stylish and edgy timepiece for just $69.99. If you’re looking for a watch that’s more than just a timepiece, ESQ by Movado has a trendy bangle watch on sale. Style 7301415 (right) is available at 62% off for $149.99.
From Swiss luxury watch brand Rado is a stylish, modern timepiece featuring diamond indices. Rado’s R30279703 (left) from the Centrix series is 35% off for $1,300. The center watch with a rectangular face is from Lucien Piccard. This classic watch (style 10501-YG-22) is on sale for just $89.99. The final watch for men featured on the right is the Rotary GB90002-45, a timeless style for men, now available at 84% off the list price.
The Watchery‘s Holiday Gift Shop has opened up this week with special categories to make your holiday shopping easier. In the Jet Setter Shop, there’s a great collection of watches for men and women from brands like Seiko, Glycine, Citizen, Bell & Ross, and more. If you know someone who loves to travel the world, definitely check out these watches!
First up for men is the Bell & Ross BR01-96 from the Aviation Series (left). This luxury watch features Swiss made automatic functions and a design resembling the devices in an aircraft cockpit. The Seiko SNL051 (center) is made with Japanese Kinetic Chronograph movement and has additional second and minute subdials. To the right is the Glycine 3861-161 from the Airman 7 Plaza Mayor Series with a world-time feature.
For women, The Watchery has the Citizen FB1180-56D (left) with 28 white diamonds and Japanese Eco Drive movement (solar powered). Two great options from Seiko for women are the SKY738 (center) and the SNDY22 (right).
This labor Day we’ve got deals among deals! You’ve been working harder than a sled dog with something to prove, so treat yourself!
We’ve got watches even Tom Haverford wouldn’t scoff at. The Tissot Velcro-T men’s watch ($431.00 at 34% off) is perfect for keeping it classy on your day off. The only combination that matches the classiness of black and gold is white and gold.
Well–maybe gold and gold. Among the many discount luxury watches we have on sale is the Seiko SRKZ74P1 ($269.50 at 66% off), a simple and elegant timepiece with classic Roman numerals and a discreet but strikingly placed chronograph. Seiko are masters of economical design, in terms of both body and face.
Of course, if you’re as big a fan of black and gold watches as we are, we’ve got options for you, including one of our favorites, the Jacques Lemans Geneve ($349.00 at 83% off) and the Raymond Weil Maestro Automatic Silver ($899.00 at 40% off). Whatever your taste, you should treat yourself!
Did you think we’d left jeweled watches off the bill? Not a chance. Look at this classy number, the Rotary Evolution TZ2. Rose gold is a paragon of understated elegance, and everything about this watch–its textured face, the details of the strap–is subtle, but the combination of details leaves a lasting impression.
Take a good honest rest this Labor Day, browse through our selection, and treat yourself!
Having a ‘go-to’ watch is all well and good. We recognize that for a lot of people, a luxury watch is a gift or reward that they proudly display day in and day out without much need for change. When it comes to the weekend, however, changing our your wrist wear can be just thing you need to put yourself in the spirit of relaxation and festivities. Here are a couple recommendations on luxury watches that will achieve the desired effect without breaking the bank.
First up, the classic Tissot PRS Stainless Steel Swiss-made Automatic. These ‘innovators by tradition’ are a staple for collectors, and for under $500 you will be hard pressed to find a better value. The clean look of stainless steel is perfect for a wide variety of situations as well as outfits. If you are heading to an expensive club, it dresses up your look, if you are going to the beach, it becomes sporty. You can’t lose.
For a more rugged look go with the Seiko SSA Automatic Black Dial. Every Seiko watch is a serious piece of technology, and the SSA is one of the best discount luxury watches we offer. The detailed, bi-directional bezel gives this watch additional functionality as well as style.
Head to TheWatchery.com today for these and other great watches to get you ready for the weekend!
With the weekend fast approaching perhaps you’re looking for ways to celebrate a much-needed respite from the stress-ridden working week. Why not treat yourself to a little retail therapy and take advantage of our extensive savings on brand name watches?
We’re still continuing with our ‘Classy Styles‘ sale here at The Watchery, and we’ve selected two women’s watches ideal for those looking to pamper themselves this weekend. The SKY736 and SXD774P1, both from age-old brand Seiko, are timepieces which embody class and refinement.
For those unfamiliar with the Japanese watch brand, Seiko was founded in 1881, its name an abbreviation of the Japanese word Seikosha, which loosely translates as “House of Exquisite Workmanship”.
The SKY736 is a classic style that lends its wearer a distinction and subtle femininity. Featuring a linked gold-tone stainless steel bracelet and Roman numerals in stylish black, this watch is luxurious but far from exorbitantly expensive, currently on sale for just $185.99.
Also available at a reduced price is the SXD774P1, which easily blends opulence with understated elegance. Its two-tone linked bracelet and diamond-studded bezel combine to make an indelible impression. This timepiece’s quality craftsmanship and luxurious accents prompt a recommended retailing price of $895, but we are offering the item for just $385.50!
Over the last few weeks we have spent a lot of time talking about inventive watch designs and ways that brand name timepieces can become more modern without losing some of that classy oomph we have come to expect from these pricey purchases.
Why stop now? It is easy to keep talking about these sharp looking new watch designs especially when companies like Seiko are doing great work like the watch pictured in this week’s blog post. The interesting curvature of the casing is a great look and the silver and stainless steel veneer is great for any and all fashion choices. The face itself has a great feature with a ticking dial dedicated to the day of the week. Perhaps less practical than just sort of cool looking, it might come in handy on those Thursdays where you wake up feeling like it is Friday.
Seiko watches have a great reputation and their watches bare this out, not simply in design but also in functionality and durability. The Seiko Kinetic is a great choice for people looking for a versatile and good looking watch at a price point well below that of a new car. These watches are just right for anybody on any occasion.
Getting a sharp looking watch no longer means you have to break the bank. There are a number of brands that bring luxury styles with moderate and often even cheap prices. This does not mean these brands are not durable well made watches. Take for example Seiko watches. These are good looking time pieces and over at The Watchery you can get some incredibly stylish options for between $65 and $130. That is a great price, so great it might make you skeptical about the quality of the items.
Surprisingly however I know many people who have gone for these moderately priced Seiko watches and all of them across the board have made the watches last a rather solid length of time. Months bleed into years and these watches keep on ticking and looking sharp. It is a great asset for a watch to be durable but in a lot of ways affordability can be an even greater asset. Discovering that these two qualities are actually not mutually exclusive can be quite liberating stylistically.
Once I found these fine watches at these great rates I started to find that I could have a different watch for every day of the week if I wanted to.