Uphold The Swiss Standards Of Watchmaking

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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If you are not going to own a Swiss watch, then you should at least have a watch “proud to uphold the Swiss standards of watchmaking with every timepiece.” That’s what Stuhrling promises. And today only, you can get these fine watches for as low as $50.

In all, 24 Stuhrling watches are heavily discounted today, and I recommend you check them all out. Here are some of the best deals in the bunch:

Stuhrling Original Men’s 1077.3345K2 42 percent off

Was: $138

Today: $80

You can save 50 bucks on this classic Stuhrling today (Photo via Amazon)

You can save 50 bucks on this classic Stuhrling today (Photo via Amazon)

Stuhrling Original Men’s Classic Delphi Venezia on sale for $79.99

Sturhling Original Men’s 165B.33556941 percent off

Was: $168

Today: $100

You can save almost $70 on this classic Stuhrling watch today (Photo via Amazon)

You can save almost $70 on this classic Stuhrling watch today (Photo via Amazon)

Stuhrling Original Men’s Classic Winchester Grand on sale for $99.99

Stuhrling Original Men’s 667.0144 percent off

Was: $194.85

Today: $109.99

You can save $85 on this Stuhrling skeleton watch today (Photo via Amazon)

You can save $85 on this Stuhrling skeleton watch today (Photo via Amazon)

Stuhrling Original Men’s Legacy Mechanical Bridge Skeleton Watch on sale for $109.99

As you can see, several watches in this sale are close to half off. This will only last through the end of the day. So, if “upholding the Swiss standard” is important to you, now is the time act. You can peruse all 24 watches on sale here.

Stuhrling watches are on sale today (Photo via Stuhrling)

Stuhrling watches are on sale today (Photo via Stuhrling)

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