Well, our friends over at Touch of Modern have a few interesting sales going on, so I thought I’d bring them to your attention.
First up, they’ve got a variety of watches available from Android USA (sale page) (you can see a post on Android here). Most of the watches in the sales are coming in under $300, but there are three rather high end models on the sale page coming in a t $2,500.
All of the models in there offer some variety in styles, though most of them definitely lean towards a dressier style, by virtue of the polished case if nothing else. Personally, I’d go for the MOP dials, because I think they’re intriguing (perhaps that’s just me). If you’re interested in these, move quickly, as the sale wraps up on the 25th at Noon Pacific time.
The other sale they have on is running a bit longer, as it just went live, but it is from a brand we’ve done a hands on review of (here) before – Novo. These definitely offer more of a modern, casual style than you have in the Android lineup; prices are definitely more in reach as well, with the most expensive model (actually the one we reviewed) coming in at $160.
The sale page is here, and you can check out the eight different models. The Absolute seems to be a pretty visually bold model, and the Street still keeps the more relaxed sense of telling time (with the disc readout) that is going to work well for some, and be disliked by others.
Either which way, an intriguing mix of watches, styles, and movements are up for grabs here. If you need a ToM membership, use this link to sign up (and tell ’em WWR sent ya!) Oh, and while we’re at it – let me know what you think the best MOP-dialed watches out there are.
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