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Black Friday Watch Deals

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Another day, and it is time for another watch deal roundup.  Today, we have quite a mix of offerings on tap, from retro-futuristic watches, to lume-tastic dials, and even some custom watch straps.  Read on to get the scoop!

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First up, we have our friends at TokyoFlash.  They’re offering a nice $20 all of their watches through Tuesday at 10 AM Japan time (which looks to be GMT + 9).  You can see our TokyoFlash reviews and articles right here.

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Next up, over at Novo Watch, you can pick up watches at up to 50% – looks to be today only.   You can see our review of The Street right here.

lew-huey-black-fridayNext up, we have good friends of WWR, Lew & Huey, offering you a sweet and simple 10% off, no codes required, through midnight (GMT-5) on Monday.  You can see our Lew & Huey articles and reviews right here.

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Next up, Lum-Tec is offering a nice 20% discount off everything they have in stock, for today only (all the details are in the image above).

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Triwa also wants to give you a rather nice 20% discount today as well; just use the code BLACKFRIDAY.  You can see our Triwa articles here.

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The chaps over at Areion have a 25% off sale going on their three models (blue, black, or white).  You can see our review of the white model here.

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Last, but not least, we have the custom strap company Strapping Fellow (formerly Cloudy Sky Leather Works) offering 20% off today with the code blackfriday20.  Or, if you opt to pay with Bitcoin, you can get 25% off using the code bitcoinblackfriday25.  You can see our Cloudy Sky reviews here.

Oh, yeah, don’t forget about our holiday store, either!

 

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