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The Best Men’s Watches For Under £1,000

The Best Men’s Watches For Under £1,000

When it comes to watches, quality and affordability aren’t mutually exclusive. In fact, you can find a whole host of timepieces that tick all the performance and style boxes while still being affordable - with many coming under £1,000.

Whether you’re looking for classy chronographs, an ice-breaker statement piece or an timeless timepiece that will see you through work and play, take a look at our selection of watches that take the top horological honours.

Orange rim sport rubber reversible automatic and chronograph Mazzucato watch rim

£995

Eye-catching and modern, this watch is a stand-out piece.

The reversible face is a true talking point, and a quick-release catch allows you to easily switch between the chronographs and dial, making it a great choice when you’re swapping work for the gym.

The stainless steel case and bright orange double compression FKM strap work in harmony with the striking green, white and orange dials, meaning this watch is built for style as well as performance.

Tonino Lamborghini GTI black leather chronograph T9GD

£990

Lamborghini is synonymous with speed, glamour and sophistication, and this watch is no exception.

Inspired by the brand’s heritage, the GT1 quartz chronographs take their name from the manufacturer’s touring cars, and features such as the sub dials take their cue from speedometers.

The chunky black leather strap and watch face make a strong statement, and feature the brand’s recognisable logo, steeping this watch in the Lamborghini legend.

Black Bayer leather automatic Swiss Dufa watch

£679

This watch has a slick, understated design, complete with a rose gold plated bezel and lugs, and a tasteful black leather strap.

Harking back to the watches of the 20th century, this timepiece invokes the 1930s Bauhaus movement, bringing timeless German design bang up to date with seamless modern manufacturing. 

The dial is easy to read, with elegant hands and numbers picked out in rose gold plate, making this a sophisticated choice whatever the occasion.

Brown Streamliner skeleton leather automatic Briston watch

£540

A true style statement. Classically elegant, this watch has a brown leather strap with eye-catching orange stitching, and a face that’s encased in faux tortoiseshell.

Briston are known for their exceptional watchmaking and style chops, taking their inspiration from the Streamline style. This makes the watch a comfortable as well as attractive choice, whether you’re wearing it for a special occasion or for everyday.

And that’s not all. The dials are a statement in themselves, with three layers working together to underpin the watch’s performance, making this a superb choice for those who like a little power in their style.

Grey Boettger stainless steel automatic Spinnaker watch

£500

A classic statement piece, this Spinnaker watch combines elegance and function. Taking inspiration from the divers of the Cold War, it has a water resistance of 300m and a slim profile, making it the perfect choice for both the office and activities.

Its automatic movement self-winds, meaning you’ll always be right on time, and because it has a scratch-resistant lens and a stainless steel strap, it holds up to everyday wear and tear - whatever you get up to.

Polar Vantage V smart watch (with heart rate strap) white premium GPS multi sport and triathlon training

£479

Always on the go? There’s a watch for that.

Whether you’re a casual runner or a semi-pro athlete, this waterproof timepiece goes the distance. Designed for performance, the ultra-long battery life makes it the ultimate companion, whatever your target.

Because it’s a smart watch, it uses technology to give you accurate performance stats, meaning you can train like a pro - and get the info you need to reach your goals.

Plus, its digital face is easy to read, and the rubber strap won’t slip, no matter how hard you train.

 

These are just some of our favourites, but we have a whole selection of men’s watches under £1,000

So whether you’re looking for a treat for yourself or someone special, the hardest part will be deciding which watch to go for!