Dozens Of Watches 60 Percent Off For Father’s Day
One of the things that makes dads great is that they do not succumb to the fads that overcome members of the younger generation. Whereas many millennials have foregone wearing watches in favor of constantly pulling out their phones, dads stay true to the age-old tradition of keeping the time on their wrists.
Amazon knows this and wants to help you get the fathers in your life a brand new timepiece. As such, they have a large selection of watches (43, to be exact) available on sale today – some more than 60 percent off. Here are some examples from each of the brands included:
Normally $300, this Casio watch is 65 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Casio Men’s PAG240T-7CR Pathfinder Triple-Sensor Stainless Steel Watch with Titanium Bracelet on sale for $104.99
Normally $400, this Citizen watch is 61 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Citizen Men’s BJ7000-52E Nighthawk Stainless Steel Eco-Drive Watch on sale for $155.99
Normally $205, this Seiko watch is 64 percent off today (Photo via Amazon) Normally $325, this Diesel watch is 59 percent off today (Photo via Amazon) Normally $80, this Timex watch is 51 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Timex Unisex TWC063500 Weekender Chrono Oversize Cream/Tan Leather NATO Slip-Thru Strap Watch on sale for $38.98
Normally $325, this Emporio Armani watch is 54 percent off today (Photo via Amazon) Normally $400, this Bulova watch is 71 percent off today (Photo via Amazon) Normally $155, this Fossil watch is 56 percent off today (Photo via Amazon) Normally $150, this Nixon watch is 50 percent off today (Photo via Amazon) Normally $83, this Armitron watch is 64 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Armitron Men’s 20/5144BKTB Multi-Function Dial Silver-Tone and Black Bracelet Watch on sale for $29.99
That’s a lot of options at a lot of different price points. I guarantee there is at least one in there that will make Dad very happy.
Bulova is just one of the brands on sale (YouTube screenshot)
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