Amazon warehouse deals is a great way to save on your next watch.
There are great deals to be had on over 600 watches. Sometimes the watches are new, sometimes no box is included, and sometime they are used. Each watch will have a full description of any imperfection (if any).
If you are not happy with the watch description when your receive it, or even you just don’t like the watch you can still return the watch using their 30 day returns policy.
Jura watches have a choice of Longines watches, both ladies and gents available in the current sale. Discounts are slim, around 15 to 20%, however these are a desirable range of watches and you’ll be lucky to get such a discount on the high street.
Our choice is this HydroConquest S, water resistant to 300 metres, fitted with a unidirectional turning bezel, screw down case and screw in crown, lateral protection for the crown and double security folding clasp.
This is our second offering from Revue Thommen today, but the deals are there to be had. We selected this one as it’s a mechanical watch which looks just as good from the front, as the back. It features the tried and tested Swiss made ETA Unitas 6497 (manual wind) movement. This represents great value for money, and at just over £400 it is at the starting price for any watch with this movement.
The Revue Thommen 16702.3182 is a fine, Swiss made, 42mm diameter, gents analogue mechanical dress watch. With a type 316L stainless steel case, sapphire crystal, glass case-back, Swiss Unitas 6497 manual movement and 50 metre water resistance.
RRP is £690, but now available for £402, saving 42%. Please note stock appears to be sporadic, but place your order to ensure delivery.
Our first watch from Russia. This is an authorised reproduction of the watch Juri Gagarin was wearing on the very first manned flight to space in 1961.
Limited production run of 500 in each colour. Available in white, grey and black to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Gagarin’s flight. Russian script on reverse translates to “Let’s Go,” the words spoken by Gagarin when his rocket launched. This watch also comes packaged in a replica of the space capsule that carried Gagarin on his historic ride.
Movement: Manual wind 2609
Case size: 38mm x 11mm
Water resistant to 30m
Watch the video for full details. We can only find this on ebay from a top rated seller in Germany (no further taxes applicable with EU). Stocked in Grey and Black. Advertised at £230, allowing for exchange rates but make an offer and see what you can save.
The chances are if you’ve found this site, you are after a new watch, and given the name of this site, you are after a bargain. Well we thought we would try something new today. Rather than highlight a specific watch deal, we’ve highlight an entire brand, and today’s brand represent unmatched value.
We have featured a few Christopher Ward watch deals in the past, but every time we are looking for a new deal to post, we cant help but feel some CW watches represent better value than other brands, even with a 50% discount applied. As most CW watches are not discounted, we’ve never really been able to show you what great value their watches really are.
Christopher Ward produce the highest quality watches. They are a small English watchmaker with a simple aim… to put premium quality watches within the reach of everyone. They use Swiss engineering to produce a selection of great watches. By cutting out the middle men (only available through their website) and relying on word of mouth, rather than expensive advertising (sponsorship of sports events or personalities) their prices represent true value.
CW continue to innovate and win new awards. Their limited edition C9 Harrison Jumping Hour (pictured below) is a fine example of this. It features an ingenious adaptation of ETA’s 2824-2 movement to produce what is “probably the most precise jumping hour movement the world has yet seen”, and all this for £1,250. Alternatively, the Harisson C900 Single Pusher Chronograph, their most complicated watch to date, has introduced an entirely new level of sophistication accessible to more people than ever before because of the unique Christopher Ward value equation.
Gents quartz watches start from £165 for the CW C5 Malvern MkII, and £315 for the equivalent automatic watch. Most of their range fall between £400 to £500. The ladies range starts at £175, going up to £1,150 for the Belisama Diamond Automatic.
Please browse their range which covers dress/classic, aviation, sports and dive watches for both ladies and gents. No matter whether you are treating yourself or buying as a gift, Christopher Ward will have something for everyone and make a great talking point. A 5 year movement guarantee and 60 day money back guarantee sums up their commitment.
Another Glycine manual winding watch on offer through Jura watches, saving you £177. Again, like so many watches featured, pictures really don’t do this watch justice. It’s large 22mm strap makes the 43mm case appear smaller than it really is. View the 360 degree video at the link below for a better appreciation of this watch.
Movement: ETA 2801-2 manual winding
Power Reserve: 42 hours
28’800 vibrations per hour
Material: stainless steel
Diameter: 43mm without crown
Height: 9.7mm with see-through back
Waterproof: 50 m
Glass: domed mineral
Calf Leather strap
Buckle Width: 22mm
RRP is £590, however now priced at £413, saving you 30%.
Glycine’s first real oversize watch to trigger the trend towards big time keepers in leading markets. The word Incursore means “intruder”, and intrusion is properly what this watch produced in many countries. With diameters of 44mm, strikingly strong-looking steel cases, giant steel crowns and big dials, this new watch generation forced its way into the watch market and created a new trend.
Their functionality and style live up to the modern criteria for indurial design, while their technical performance is a match for all expectations in military and civil use.
Watch Shop are offering 20% off the range, which includes two automatic watches, and two manual wind watches. Both feature rear window showing off the Swiss made ETA movement.
Incursore II & III 44mm manual – RRP £740, Now £592
In 1953 Glycine started production of its first AIRMAN model, a watch that has become legendary. Today, they offer a rich assortment of world-timers showing up to 4 time zones simultaneously. The spearhead of todays Airman collection is the Airman F104, a genuine world novelty. This ultimate pilot watch is a real masterpiece, setting a new limit for size (it really is massive) and conceptual unity of design and technology with its unique 24 hand. Bi-directional bezel, water resistant, case size 48mm x 12mm.
RRP is £2,160 however Jura Watches are offering this watch for £1,175, saving you 45%. Not many places now stocking this as it is discontinued but those who do stock it have it around the RRP.
The hands run in circles, of course, and yet square watches simply look better on some wrists. Extremely beautiful for slender arms is this smaller version of the Tetra. Here in the basic version, with the alpha manufactory caliber, our first feature of a manually wound movement.
stainless steel, bipartite; size 27.5 by 27.5 mm; height 6.05 mm
galvanized, white and gray silver-plated
Shell Cordovan black, size M
Our allrounder – the manufactory’s oldest caliber is still the most frequent one. A short summary of the technical data: diameter 10½ lines, power reserve circa 43 hours. With stop-seconds mechanism, Glashütte three-quarter plate, Glashütte stopwork, Triovis fine adjustment regulator, 17 jewels.
RRP is £1,150 however Jura Watches are offering this watch for £726, saving you 37%. We can’t find this for cheaper anywhere else.
SalonQP is giving away a fabulous Nomos Glashütte watch.
One lucky entrant will win a stunning timepiece courtesy of Nomos Glashütte. The Tangente epitomises the “form follows function” design-inspiration behind the company’s watches, with classically elegant lines and a subtle dial. The manual-wind watch is all the more eye-catching for its sheer simplicity – few brands would dare to release a watch with such little embellishment, yet the Tangente proves that less is most definitely more, and the award-winning watch has become a style icon in its own right.