We have had a few different posts as of late on discounts, but that all slowed down quite a bit after the whole Black Friday / Cyber Monday stuff was over. Fortunately for you, we do have a few more watch deals available for you.
First up, we have our pals over at Lew & Huey. The big news is that they have dropped the price on their latest watch, the Orthos, back to the pre-order level of $475. Past that, you can also get 10% off on any of their existing models (Acciona, Cerberus, or Spectre), plus some other goodies (a t-shirt or strap). You can check out the full collection here, and pre-order the Orthos here. If you want to take advantage of these deals, do so by December 16th at midnight (GMT-5).
Next up, the crew over at G. Gerlach want you to be able to get your hands on the Navigator, either in a date or no-date configuration (whichever you chose, it comes on the leather strap shown above). There doesn’t seem to be a time limit on this, but there are limited quantities at the price of $349, so you’ll want to move quickly. Check out the details here.
Last, but not least, we have a deal from our friends over at Boxer Watch. If you recall, we reviewed their first outing right here, and we have a new review in the works for their latest, the Black Ice (pictured above). For you, our loyal readers, you can use the code WRISTWATCHREVIEW20 to get 20% off anything in the store. This code is valid through December 19th. Also, we are told that if you order by then, you should have it in time for the 25th. Just head on over here and get your order in.
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