There is less than a week to go until Valentine’s Day, and many of you will be looking for a gift for that special someone. Here are some ideas for him and her – to suit every price range.
Which Valentine’s Day Watch to Buy?
Low priced Valentine’s day watches
We will start off with watches for less than £20. We think that eBay is the place to go for a bargain, so here are our top picks in the ultra-affordable category.
This skeleton watch from eBay is just £14.99 and certainly looks distinctive. Our advice would be to avoid the gold-plated options and stick for a tasteful steel finish for longevity. Click here to find out more.
Medium priced Valentine’s day watches
If you want to spend more than £50 then we have the Valentine’s Day watch for you! Amazon have a great selection of watches, backed by a guarantee and if you sign up for a 30 day trial of Amazon Prime then you even get next day delivery!
At £80, the Invicta 8928OB is hard to beat. It shares its looks with the Rolex 16613 two-tone Submariner, but at a much lower price point. From wrist-distance you will be hard-pressed to tell it did not cost ten or twenty times much. The bracelet has solid links, and it feels really weighty on the wrist. The display case back adds a touch of class, revealing the automatic self-winding movement. Click here to find out more.
Most serious watch enthusiasts think that fashion brands like this Michael Kors watch are poor value, gaudy affairs, but we think this model, priced at £125 is quite tasteful. If the lady in your life prefers the convenience of a battery-powered piece and wants the flexibility to switch the strap to change the look, this would be ideal. Click here to find out more.
Buy a luxury watch for Valentine’s Day
Unless you are a lottery winner you are unlikely to be spending thousands of pounds on a Valentine’s Day watch, but there are plenty of brands to choose from with affordable models.
We think that this Citizen Promaster diver at £299.99 is brilliant. It combines good looks with Eco-Drive technology so it never needs a battery. It has a 5-year warranty and 200m water-resistance so should be capable of taking whatever your other half may throw at it. Click here to find out more.