With the holidays right around the corner, we are going to be highlighting sales from time to time, and I wanted to bring this one to your attention. Touch of Modern is a membership site that runs short duration sales, usually for about a week. If you are not yet a member, you can join through this link, it is free. Through November 11 at noon Pacific, the site is having a sale on Hexa Osprey Dive watches.
I wrote about the watch back in September, and at that time, the brand was selling them for $699, marked down from $949. Well, that deal is over, but ToM has them for an even lower price, $499.99. When I wrote about the watch, I thought that it was an attractive watch and reasonably priced, and that the ceramic bezel insert, the sunray dial and the US assembly added some additional value. But at $699, I did not consider it a real steal. Well, at $499, I might just change my mind.
If you are in the market for a classic and capable automatic dive watch, the Hexa Osprey is certainly worthy of consideration. At $949, and even $699, you might weigh in how much extra you are willing to pay for a US assembled watch. At $499, you can just put it against the competition and evaluate it without giving bonus points for the country of origin. If the Hexa is not floating your boat, ToM has a watch specific shop you can check out at well, and they have been running a lot of sales on high end watches as well. There is also a deal where you get $25 in store credit for every $100 you spend, and if you are not a member and you sign up with this link, you also get a $10 credit on your first order.
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