Our Best Black Friday Picks for You

The first celebration of the holiday season is finally upon us. Thanksgiving is right around the corner. That means it’s time to begin thinking about your holiday shopping. You can find the best deals of the season right around turkey day. Luckily, you don’t even have to wait for Black Friday to get started. We’re kicking off our sale early with price drops on over 250 watches. Plus, we’re offering 0% financing. If you play your cards right, you can get every gift you need by the end of Cyber Monday. In case you need some help deciding which watch is best for the names on your list, don’t worry. We have our top ten Black Friday sale picks right here:

Rolex Daytona

With each evolution, the Daytona has been one of Rolex’s most beloved models for over 50 years. When the brand launched the 16500 series in 1988, it was the first to feature an automatic movement. This decade also saw the Daytona come into the modern era with an oversized 40mm case design. By the new millennium, Rolex discontinued production of the 16500 series, but you can snag one right here.

Omega Speedmaster Reduced

The Speedmaster Reduced is particularly special because of its subtle differences from other variations of the model. It features a more modest 39mm case size. It also has minute markers in Arabic numerals every five seconds, except at fifteen, thirty, and forty-five. Its subdials lie closer to the outer edge, with the ones at the three-o’clock and nine o’clock positions reversed. Most importantly, it comes equipped with Omega’s Caliber 3220 movement. The Speedmaster Reduced has also been retired, but we have a model in excellent condition just for you.

TAG Heuer Aquaracer

The Aquaracer is a relatively new addition to the TAG Heuer catalog, first released in 2005. However, it’s rooted in the brand’s history. The Aquaracer draws inspiration from the brand’s 2000 series from the 1980’s. Yet, TAG Heuer went the extra mile to modernize the collection by collaborating with professional divers to develop the line.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual

The Oyster Perpetual is a sophisticated yet understated model in the Rolex lineup. Yet, it certainly represents a crucial part of the brand’s history. The development of the first water resistant case, the Oyster case, wasn’t just monumental for Rolex. It was pivotal for the watchmaking community. For the ladies on your list, you can’t go wrong with this sleek and classic Oyster Perpetual for the holiday season.

Breitling Bentley

Breitling and the luxury British car manufacturer Bentley have had a fruitful partnership for over fifteen years. It began in 2002 with a design for the onboard clock in the Bentley Continental GT. Since then, they’ve designed a number of technically and aesthetically stunning watches. This particular iteration features a big date display on a rich brown dial. It’s perfect for the winter months and the holidays.

Nomos Club

Nomos is a relatively young brand with a fascinating history. The company established in 1990 just months after the fall of the Berlin Wall and end of the Cold War. Through designs like the Club, the brand has sought to revive the minimalist German design principles of the Bauhaus movement. Because this model features a youthful and sporty aesthetic, it’s an ideal option for a recent graduate, young professional, or anyone young at heart on your list this season.

Omega De Ville Prestige

The Prestige subseries within the Omega De Ville line seamlessly balances modern and vintage design elements. This ladies’ version comes equipped with a modest 32.70mm case coupled with a striking chain-link bracelet. The model gets a twist with a date function. In addition, it features a combination of Roman numeral and diamond hour markers for just the right touch of sparkle. This variation of the De Ville Prestige is sure to impress that elegant yet understated lady in your life.

Panerai Luminor 1950 3 Days

The Luminor 1950 3 Days is a relatively new addition to the Panerai family, first debuting at SIHH in 2011. Since its initial release, it’s become one of the most popular models for the brand. It showcases Panerai’s signature case design and minimalist military style. Paired with a handsome leather strap, this is a fantastic watch for the winter months and the holiday season.

Cartier Caliber de Cartier

The Caliber de Cartier was the brand’s first sport model to feature an in-house movement. This particular version houses Cartier’s Caliber 1904-PS MC self-winding mechanical movement. Additionally, it features a contemporary and sporty design with a 42mm case, DLC treated bezel, and rubber strap. With a 48-hour power reserve, this watch makes the perfect companion no matter where the holiday season takes you.

IWC Ingenieur

The Ingenieur combines the framework of IWC’s iconic pilot’s watches with capabilities specifically aimed at engineers. The key feature is its military-grade technology that protects against exposure to magnetic fields. In fact, the legendary Gerald Genta is responsible for the modern design of the Ingenieur. It boasts a sporty stainless steel case with exposed bores on the bezel and a contemporary, oversized 41mm case.

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