Deal: Six Watches to Buy During Timex’s Biggest Sale of the Year
Including quartz and automatics as well as retro and modern styles
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What is Green Monday? Yet another fake retail holiday happening today, but it’s good news for you as Timex has taken the occasion to throw its biggest sale of the year: up to 40% off watches, from its bread-and-butter quartz to newer mechanical movements and including some of its best-selling styles, when you use code ELF40 at checkout.
Below you’ll find our six favorites that we’d be glad to wear any day (and some of them that we do, including the classic Q Timex and the Falcon Eye). Be aware that this sale is short, lasting only until midnight on Monday. Clock’s ticking.
Q Timex 38mm
I’ve recommended this watch before and I’ll keep recommending it as long as my own remains in rotation. It’s the original model from Timex’s ever-expanding Q Timex line, and while there are a few styles on sale, we’d recommend the black and green.
M79 Automatic 40mm
If you like the styling of the original Q Timex but can’t get down with a quartz movement, then the beefy (40mm case, 14.5mm thickness) M79 Automatic is for you.
Expedition Sierra 41mm
A quartz field watch with all of the fixings, including a handsome, sturdy stainless-steel case, date window, 24-hour dial and Indiglo night-light.
Q Timex Falcon Eye 38mm
The most avant-garde option of the ‘70s revival Q Timex line, the Falcon Eye features a striated electric-blue dial, gold-tone accents and woven stainless-steel bracelet.
Q Timex 1978 Reissue 35mm
While this appears to be the more muted end of the Q Timex line, the beauty is in the details: an oblique date window, textured silver-tone dial and faceted hour markers.
Marlin Hand-Wound California Dial 34mm
If you’re sick of oversized dinner plates, try this tactile Marlin, which you’ll need to power via the hand-wound mechanical movement.
Shop the rest of Timex’s Green Monday sale here.
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