There’s a Crazy Sale on Timex Watches at Todd Snyder Right Now

We thought Todd Snyder’s winter sale couldn’t possibly get any better—with the savings already ratcheted up to 75% off—but a clutch of the everyman menswear master’s collaborative Timex watches are now up for grabs at serious markdowns. For years now, the ongoing Snyder-Timex partnership has produced some of the most drool-worthy affordable timepieces on the planet: rugged field watches and elegant chronographs and beyond, all imbued with the kind of vintage-inspired touches that make serious collectors swoon. Right now, when you enter the code SALE40 at checkout, you can score some of the absolute best Todd Snyder + Timex watches for an additional 40% off the already-discounted price. Our advice? Hurry. These deals ain’t gonna last too long.

Timex + Todd Snyder Maritime Sports MS1 Watch (was $158, now 70% off with code “SALE40”)

This nautical-inspired watch is a handsome addition to your wrist, whether at sea or on land. Plus, the dark mode colorway makes it easy to toss into any outfit.

$158$79

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Timex + Todd Snyder Mod watch (was $138, now 66% off with code “SALE40”)

Turn back the clock to the era of velvet pants and Beatle boots.

$138$79

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Timex + Todd Snyder Gold Welton Bi-Metal Quartz (was $158, now 51% off with code “SALE40”)

This classy midcentury-style timepiece will go handsomely with your Eames lounge chair.

$158$129

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Timex + Todd Snyder Pride watch (was $199, now 52% off with code “SALE40”)

A portion of sales from this reworked ’70s-era ticker—with a rotating color wheel that changes hues as the time ticks on—goes to the Sylvia Rivera Law Project and Rainbow Railroad Foundation.

$200$159

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