7 best watches deals in the Goldsmith's Cyber Monday sale

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If you're in the market for a luxury watch or a piece of jewellery we've got some great news for you – now is a great time to buy. It's almost Christmas after all, and there's no better feeling than spoiling yourself or a loved one with a new watch all wrapped up under the tree.

Best of all, there are deals on those watches in the Goldsmiths Cyber Monday event, which sees discounts on stylish jewellery and watches from the world’s biggest designers and luxury brands.

So, whether you're looking to treat yourself, or someone special in your life, you'd be silly not to make the most of this sale.

These are seven watches in the Goldsmiths sale that I think are perfect for Christmas:

Citizen Eco-drive Chronograph 43mm:  was £399

Citizen Eco-drive Chronograph 43mm: was £399, now £249 at Goldsmiths (save £150)
Taking it up a notch with this sophisticated colour combination. This chronograph features a perpetual calendar that has dual time, day/date, month and alarm. With a mesmerising emerald green dial and black Ion plating bracelet featuring sapphire glass, you will always be on trend. Also featuring Eco-drive technology, powered by light, any light. It never needs a battery!

Tissot T-classic Carson 41mm:  was £450

Tissot T-classic Carson 41mm: was £450, now £330 at Goldsmith's (save £120)
Tissot has been growing and developing its tradition of innovation since 1853. From the early days to the present, in its home in Le Locle in the Swiss Jura mountains, Tissot has translated craftsmanship and precision into stylish timepieces now sold in more than 160 countries around the world. This classic chronograph is the perfect Christmas gift.

Seiko Prospex Alpinist 'sunbeam Forest' 39.5mm:  was £660

Seiko Prospex Alpinist 'sunbeam Forest' 39.5mm: was £660, now £344 at Goldsmith's (save £316)
The watch shape takes its cues from the original Seiko ‘Alpinist,’ first launched in 1959 for Japanese ‘Yama-otoko’ mountain men, to be reliable in treacherous terrain. Its dial is inspired by the beautiful ‘golden green’ light as the setting sun casts sunbeams through the leaves of the trees on the slopes of the mountainous forestry areas of Japan. The Sunray dial reveals a different expression as the angle of vision changes. Highly visible Lumibrite markers are applied to the dial and the hands.

Hamilton Khaki Field 40mm:  was £695

Hamilton Khaki Field 40mm: was £695, now £485 at Goldsmith's (save £210)
If you have high expectations when it comes to your outdoor equipment, the Khaki Field Auto is guaranteed to meet your exacting standards. With a bold military-inspired look that's backed up by the strength and accuracy of the exclusive H-10 automatic movement inside the stainless steel case, this is essential equipment for your latest adventure.

Rado Hyperchrome 44mm:  was £2,390

Rado Hyperchrome 44mm: was £2,390, now £1,700 at Goldsmith's (save £690)
Dynamic, sleek and sporty, the HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph is designed to look just as good with a business suit as it does with a casual outfit or even sports gear. The HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph delivers the functions you need with the style you want.

Longines Heritage 42mm:  was £2,280

Longines Heritage 42mm: was £2,280, now £1,710 at Goldsmiths (save £570)
Longines combines the original beauty of the most remarkable of its former products with cutting-edge watchmaking technology. The Heritage models are a tribute to the pioneering spirit that has inspired Longines designers since the company’s early days.

Bremont ALT1-C:  was £5,295

Bremont ALT1-C: was £5,295, now £3,745 at Goldsmiths (save £1,550)
The ALT1-C Blue integrates high performance and precision with impeccable style. Featuring a 43mm stainless steel Trip-Tick® construction case, a fixed bezel, and a stunning blue dial.

Do you have different tastes to me? Then check out the Goldsmiths Black Friday Sale for yourself using the quick links below:

Take a look at our Goldsmiths discount codes page for other ways to save on jewellery throughout the year.

Spencer Hart
Style and Travel Editor

As the Style and Travel Editor at T3, Spencer covers everything from clothes to cars and watches to hotels. Everything that's cool, stylish, and interesting, basically. He's been a part of T3 for over seven years, and in that time covered every industry event known to man, from CES and MWC to the Geneva Motorshow and Baselworld. When he's driving up and down the country in search of the greatest driving roads, he can be found messing around on an electric scooter, playing with luxury watches, or testing the latest fragrances.