Cyber Monday may have been and gone, but there are still a whole host of top deals kicking about. If you're a fan of the best watches, you'll probably know all about the fun of adding a new piece to your collection and today is the day to do it. With Cyber Monday deals still on offer for some of our favourite watches, there really is no better time to treat yourself to a new addition.
But where do you start? With so many different deals and options out there, it can be tough to separate the top tickers from the no-hopers. Fortunately, that's where I come in, you lucky duck.
Not only am I obsessed with great watches, I just love a good deal. Fusing these two elements of my personality, I've collated a brilliant list of deals from a range of our top, trusted sellers. In short, I've done the leg work, so you don't have to.
There's something for everyone here, so have a scroll and see if you can find something to take your fancy.
UK Cyber Monday field watch deals
Seiko Prospex Alpinist:
was £610, now £320 at Goldsmiths
Save £290 on the iconic Seiko Alpinist at Goldsmiths. There's a reason why this watch is so popular, fusing field watch DNA with hardcore specs – 200m water resistance, anyone? – this is a top pick for around £300.
Certina DS Powermatic 80:
was £825, now £520 at Beaverbrooks
Save over £300 on this stunning Certina DS Powermatic 80 at Beaverbrooks. The simple dial and NATO combo is powered by the iconic Powermatic 80 movement, for long power reserves and accurate operation.
UK Cyber Monday Chronograph watch deals
Omega Speedmaster Chronoscope:
was £8,900, now £7,830 at Beaverbrooks
Save over £1,000 on this gorgeous Omega Speedmaster at Beaverbrooks. Revered as the watch that went to the moon, this one concerns itself more with life on land, with a telemetre dial.
Seiko Speedtimer Black Series:
was £640, now £490 at Goldsmiths
Save £150 on this stunning Seiko chronograph at Goldsmiths. This limited edition watch features a svelte 39mm case, and is solar powered, making it easy to keep things ticking over.
Hamilton American Classic Intra-Matic:
was £2,135, now £1,550 at Jura Watches
Save £585 on this Hamilton Intra-Matic at Jura Watches. It is positively dripping with Americana cool, and offers a great chronograph at an attractive price.
Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope:
was £2,295, now £1,836 at Jura Watches
Save over £450 on the effortlessly cool Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope at Jura Watches. This Bauhaus inspired design is sumptuously minimal, and perfect for classing up your everyday wear.
UK Cyber Monday GMT watch deals
Hamilton Jazzmaster GMT:
was £1,060, now £745 at Goldsmiths
Save £315 on the Hamilton Jazzmaster GMT at Goldmsiths. This stunningly simple GMT features a world time bezel, too, for keeping an eye on the time around the globe.
Norqain Neverest Glacier GMT:
was £3,750, now £2,812.50 at Jura Watches
Save £937.50 on this Norqain Neverest Glacier GMT at Jura Watches. Far from just being one of the best dials I've ever laid eyes on, buying this gives back to the Butterfly Help Project. Do good, and look good doing it!
UK Cyber Monday quartz watch deals
While there is still a degree of snobbery surrounding quartz watches, they represent fantastic options for most people. These battery powered devices offer incredibly accurate timekeeping and a longer power reserve than many mechanical watches. They're also generally a lot cheaper to boot!
Casio G-Shock GMW-B5000GD-4ER:
was £499, now £461 at Watchshop
I've already lavished some praise on the G-Shock here, but if you find yourself fancying one with a snazzier bracelet, this is your watch. Stainless steel is coated in rose gold here, for a stunning appearance and all new levels of classiness.
UK Cyber Monday dive watch deals
If you're on the hunt for a watch which can traverse the vast majority of situations, a dive watch might be a good pick. Originally used by saturation divers in underwater expeditions, they are more at home rested gently on a mahogany desk, these days. Still, that's good news for those of us on dry land, as they look great and are packed with functionality.
Seiko Prospex Black Series:
was £590, now £531 at WatchShop
Save £59 on this gorgeous limited edition Seiko dive watch. Plus, with Watchshop currently offering an extra 25% off with code EXTRA25, you can snag it for just £318.60. Bargain!
Certina DS Action Titanium:
was £755, now £653 at WatchShop
300m water resistance? Check. Titanium case and bracelet? Check. Reputable, historic brand? That's three for three. Plus, with a decent discount right now, this Certina is a certified bargain!
Hamilton Khaki Navy Frogman:
was £1,145, now £801.50 at Jura Watches
While Hamilton might be more synonymous with top field watches, their Hamilton Khaki Navy Frogman collection proves they're no slouch in the water, either. Expect 300m of water resistance, 80 hours of power reserve and a big chunk of change left in your pocket.
Doxa Sub 300:
was £2,450, now £1,837.50 at Jura Watches
Save big on this stunning blue Doxa. You'll get a COSC certified dive watch with a wealth of history to boot. You'll get 300m of water resistance, a date window at the 3 o'clock position and rotating bezel with depth indication.
Check price: Doxa £2,450
UK Cyber Monday chronometer watch deals
If you want an extra degree of accuracy from a mechanical watch, it's worth plumping for a chronometer. These watch movements go through an extra layer of testing prior to being used, to ensure they are as accurate as possible.
Baume et Mercier Clifton Baumatic:
was £7,200, now £4,700 at Jura Watches
Save a whopping £2,500 on this gorgeous Baume et Mercier timepiece at Jura Watches. Complete with an 18ct gold case, an alligator strap and an in-house movement with five days of power reserve and chronometer grade accuracy, this is the absolute definition of a luxury watch. Flawless.
Bremont Broadsword Bronze:
was £3,295, now £2,240 at Beaverbrooks
Save over £1,000 on this Bremont Broadsword at Beaverbrooks. Based on the design of a timepiece used by the British Army during World War II, the Broadsword is a stunning bronze and brown beauty. Dressy? Casual? This can probably do it.
UK Cyber Monday dress watch deals
While they aren't enjoying the most fashionable spell right now, a solid dress watch is a staple part of any watch collection. While you can certainly get away with other watches with a suit these days, there's nothing quite like a good leather bound timepiece gently protruding from beneath a shirt cuff.
was £730, now £511 at Watchshop
Save over £200 on the Certina DS1 at Watchshop. This gold toned dress watch is perfect for classier situations, without breaking the bank. Plus, with an extra 20% off code on site right now, you'll pay under £410 for this! Now that's a bargain.
was £1,700, now £1,190 at Jura Watches
Save £425 on the timeless Longines DolceVita at Jura Watches. Similar in design to the Cartier Tank, this is a piece which will never go out of style. You might just meet me in the queue for this one, too – it has been on my wish list for years!
Tissot Chemin des Tourelles:
was £750, now £492 at Beaverbrooks
Save over £250 on the Tissot Chemin des Tourelles at Beaverbrooks. This elegant watch is a perfect everyday wear, straddling the line between dressy and casual. Plus, with a Powermatic 80 movement inside, it's ready to handle anything.
UK Cyber Monday watch deals - best of the rest
Last, but by no means least, we have the oddballs. The outcasts. Those watches that straddle a couple of different categories but don't quite feel at home in just one. This is the best of the rest – and that includes a handful of top deals.
Maurice Lacroix Aikon:
was £2,050, now £1,752 at Watchshop
Save £298 on the Maurice Lacroix Aikon at Watchshop. This integrated bracelet sports watch is bang on trend right now, reminiscent of Genta-designed classics like the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. Plus, with the extra 20% off code, snag it for a hair over £1,400!
was £765, now £520 at Beaverbrooks
Save £245 on the Certina DS1 at Beaverbrooks. This blue dial watch is a perfect mix of elegant and sporty, with just enough pizzazz to stand out among the sea of black and white dials on the market.