Hey! Yeah, you pal! I saw you checking out those Prometheus watches. They’re nice, aren’t they? I’ve handled several, and they’re as nice in person as they are in the photos. Lucky for you, the WIS community has declared August 10th to be microbrand day, and Prometheus is celebrating.
Hey, so you know how earlier today we gave you a hands-on look at what the relaunched Ballast watches are going to look like? Well, coincidental as it may be, Touch of Modern has a sale running on a bunch of the current Ballast models. They may not have that slick bezel interface, but a lot of the styling cues remain the same, with pricing starting off at $159.
It should go without saying, but Touch of Modern also has some rather nice watch sales going on right now as well.
Xetum is a brand that we have long liked here at WWR, and when we caught word of a sale, that made an interesting watch all the more appealing.
Deep Blue Watches in New York has another deep-dive watch called the Sea Quest Automatic and this guy has the weight and the rating to go nearly a mile underwater. This company has been around for 9 years now and aspires to be known as the accurate water resistant watch maker. The Deep Blue Sea Quest might do it with its Miyota-powered, stainless diver rating of 1,500m/5,000ft.
New Deep Blue Master 1000m Automatic divers watch
Black Friday deals are in full swing, and the watch companies out there do not want to be forgotten. We have already mentioned discounts from Lew & Huey and on the Tempest Viking V2, but here are a few more Black Friday and Holiday Deals designed to get a new watch on your (or a loved one’s) wrist. And if none of these watches tickle your fancy, you can also check out our 2015 WWR Holiday Gift Guide.
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, doorbusters on Thanksgiving itself, this is the start of the discount season, at least here in the US, and Lew and Huey and getting on on the excitement. From now through December 1, the brand is giving a discount of $100 on any Acionna or the Spectre, $75 on any Cerberus, and $50 on the Orange/Blue and Red/Gray Orthos.