If you’re like us, you like to find a good deal on a watch. Well, over at Touch of Modern, I’ve found that they’ve actually got four different watch sales running at the moment. I’ll run through them in the order they’re ending. First up, we’ve got Void, with the sale ending May 13th at 12 PM (PDT). The lineup doesn’t include their Sond or V03M, which I find to be the most compelling options, but they do have what seems to be the rest of the lineup, as well as some cufflinks. Pricing for the watches starts at $139. Sale Page Next, ending on the 14th, we’ve got what they’re labeling as “rare watches” – which really means, yeah, they’re still discounted, but they’re also quite pricey. Pricing starts around $1,000 and jumps up pretty quickly from there. Sale Page For the sale ending on May 16th, we’ve got a brand that’s more affordable, and one we’re familiar with here – House of Horology. We reviewed their Bedlam back in December of 2012, and you can pick one up here for a price of only $350. Sale Page And last, but certainly not least, there’s a sale running on Glycine watches that ends on the 17th. We’ve written about the brand a fair amount on this page, as they offer a great combination of style, function, and just plain “uncommonness” – you don’t see many of these when you’re out and about. Pricing starts at $600 for quartz, and tops out at $1,800 for the Airman Base (one of my favorites from the brand). Sale Page
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