Watches have been in the news a lot lately. Or at least I seem to have read quite a few profiles about watches and watch lovers. They all have the same gist: in the age of technology and robots and smartphones, watches are the last refuge of times past. Watches are an accessory that ostensibly serves a purpose (to tell time) that is quite obsolete in modern society. Wearing a watch is a small protest against inexorable change progressives bring along as they attempt to tear down and rewrite human history.
I’m not here to write another self-satisfactory reflection on the value of wearing a watch. I don’t care if you wear a watch or not. (I know the title here says otherwise). I wear a watch, and I always will. But that is not the point. I am here to tell you about deals. And today there is a deal on Casio watches. The selection includes 10 models. Here are just a few:
Normally $900, this watch is 67 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Casio Men’s ‘Pro Trek’ Quartz Stainless Steel and Titanium Sport Watch, Color:Black (Model: PRW-6000SYT-1CR)
Normally $320, this watch is 47 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Casio Men’s PRW3510Y-1 Triple Sensor Digital Quartz Resin Black Silicone Automatic Watch on sale for $169.99
Normally $300, this watch is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Casio Men’s PRW-3000-1CR Protrek Triple Sensor Multi-Function Watch on sale for $118.99
Normally $250, this watch is 72 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Casio Men’s PRG-300-7CR Pro Trek Digital Watch with White Band on sale for $70.99
Normally $250, this watch is 64 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Casio Men’s PRG-300-1A2CR Pro Trek Triple-Sensor Tough Solar Black Digital Watch on sale for $88.99
Okay, maybe I do care at least a little bit that you wear a watch. Watches are classic. Real watches, I mean. Get those Apple Watches outta here.
Casio Protrek Watches — up to 60 percent off
Casio watches are on sale today (Photo via Shutterstock)
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