The Best Todd Snyder Timex Watches To Buy During Their 30% Off Holiday Sale

Affordable, stylish, and just in time for Christmas.

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Todd Snyder has caught the holiday spirit, and people who love affordable and stylish timepieces are reaping the benefits.

Snyder’s long-running collaboration with venerable American watchmaker Timex has yielded some of the line’s best models in years. The tasteful menswear designer has been exploring historic design archives and resurrecting looks that blend a subtle mid-century look with up-to-date watch technology and reliability.

If you’ve checked out Snyder’s site and been itching to add a new analog timepiece for daily wear, now is a perfect time. Of course, Snyder’s got plenty of other items on sale as well, and all you need to do when you check out to get that 30 percent discount on clothing and accessories here is enter “Holiday30” in the coupon code field. 

Here’s a selection of the sharpest Timex watches you can pick up while the sale lasts—make sure you take 30 percent off the standard retail price in bold at the end of each description to get what you’ll pay if you shop today.

Timex Marlin Blackout


The Marlin is one of Timex’s signature designs, and the Marlin Blackout adds some old school cool to any outfit you want to accessorize. ($199)

The Military Watch


The Military has a pretty literal name, as it communicates with its plain black dial, red numbers, and olive green Nato strap a thoroughly sensible aesthetic worthy of the armed forces. ($138)

Timex x Todd Snyder Maritime Sport


Designed in Italy by Todd Snyder and Timex Design Director Giorgio Galli the Maritime Sport is a tribute to classic dive watch style with an added modern sheen. ($158)

The Marlin in White


The brighter, lighter hand-wound mechanical Marlin White is an all-time classic, sleek and never out of style. ($199)

The Mod Watch


Snyder discovered the Mod’s bullseye design Timex’s archives then put his own spin on it, with a focus on pure utility. It’s got an eye-catching vintage dial and comfortable—and reliably tough—Nato strap. ($138)