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Top 10 Men’s Watches under £250

How’s your watch game recently? Had the same watch for a few years or are yet to invest in proper one? One that isn’t cheap and cheerful and targeted to fashion trends - priced under fifty sheets?Making that first investment into a good quality watch that will last you years to come doesn’t need to break the bank. You can buy into a low to mid-range watch which will still have some of the features seen in luxury Swiss made watches such as Sapphire glass faces and Automatic workings. Here’s our top 10 mid value watches under £250.

Brathwait Automatic Watch - £238 

This watch brand loves the curious and mischievous and have a passion for innovation and creativity to drive radical change. This watch features a dome sapphire glass, automatic movement and is resistant to 100 meters – bargain! 

STORM Dualon Watch - £179.99 

The STORM Dualon with metal strap is one of the label's best selling men's watches. The intricate cog detailing is sophisticated and classic with the metal strap giving it a contemporary feel. The brown strap and case are made from ion plated brushed stainless steel and features STORM's signature crown guards. The dual time function makes it easy for you to keep track of time in two different time zones too.

Corniche Heritage 40 Watch – £215 

The Heritage 40 watch by Corniche brings a range of fresh details, whilst retaining classic characteristics. This watch model comes in three different versions, in yellow gold, rose gold and our favourite stainless steel - all three featuring ceramic dials. The magnificent revamped case, with its mix of brushed and polished finishes, features curved lugs as well as hand-applied polished markers - both capturing reflections beautifully.

Larsson & Jennings Anthracite Watch - £225 

A monochrome combination for the ultimate minimal watch accessory. The CM | Anthracite timepiece uses Crystal Sapphire and is Swiss Made combining a matte black 316L bezel and case which houses a white dial detailed with muted black hands and indexes. 

Unknown The Classic Watch - £80 

The cheapest watch of this guide is clean, refined and classic. The case features a combination of brushed and polished finishes and is a masterclass in minimalistic styling. The case and back is made from Stainless steel and the strap is genuine leather which means you’re getting a lot for your money.

Paul Smith Gauge Watch - £170 

The Paul Smith men's quartz movement 'Gauge' watch comes with a black Italian calf leather strap, a silver case and a black dial with white numerals and date function. This watch features 100% mineral Crystal and a white Paul Smith signature on the dial and a silver second hand with red tip.

Skagen Holst Watch - £165 

The Holst watch has a soft Skagen leather strap and slim profile that won't catch your shirt sleeves at work. Upon the minimalist dial are both hour and minute markers with a slim 7-mm case. This timepiece makes a subtly sophisticated statement. 

Shore Projects Barra Watch - £135 

Inspired by the look of venerable explorer watches, Shore Projects watches are designed to mirror vintage timepieces with modern design features and are fully equipped to both stand out and withstand the weather - the demands of a modern lifestyle. The Barra model features a Miyota Quartz Movement, Crystal Sapphire and is water resistant to 100 meters.

Paulin C200A Watch - £195 

This watch by Glasgow based watch brand features rose gold stainless steel, a blue Italian calfskin leather strap with embossing on the underside, and a Japanese Miyota Quartz movement. The watch face uses crystal domed mineral glass and you’ll be able to boast to your friends that it was assembled in Britain. 

Uniform Wares M37 Watch - £250 

A very minimal two-hand watch in the signature M-Line case design by Uniform Wares. With this investment you get a scratch-resistant sapphire glass face and the watch receives five quality checks during its assembly in Switzerland.


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