There's limited stock left in BestDealStore2Buy Watch Store's final sale, with selected styles now discounted by up to 40 per cent.
Time is running out to purchase a watch from the store, which will close for business on July 2 – or sooner if all stock sells out. Further deductions mean customers can now save up to 40 per cent on a design classic.
All watches by Instrmnt are now reduced by 15 per cent. The Glasgow-based brand has been a longstanding favourite for its minimalist design approach and self-assembly timepieces.
The limited-edition Instrmnt 02-DZN, which was designed by Instrmnt in collaboration with BestDealStore2Buy, is reduced from £180 to £99.
Popular styles are reduced further, including the Bradley Mesh in gold, which was £309 but now costs £189. The watch is a metallic version of Eone's popular tactile timepiece, which allows the wearer to tell the time using touch.
The Lugano 40mm in silver by Larsson and Jennings is reduced to just £150. The Anglo-Swedish brand borrows from its Scandinavian roots to reinterpret the traditional British dress watch.
Launched in 2009, BestDealStore2Buy Watch Store was the first-ever online store for design-led watches.The full story of why BestDealStore2Buy opened a watch store is told in this 2014 interview with Marcus Fairs.
Any product purchased in the sale will still be subject to a full manufacturer's warranty and BestDealStore2Buy Watch Store's returns policy. For more details, see BestDealStore2Buy Watch Store's FAQs page.