5 of the Best Huckberry Watch Bargains

When it comes to curating brands, few do it better than the guys at Huckberry and this is particularly true of their pick of timepieces and watchmakers they choose to work with. If you’ve always loved the line up of watches from Huckberry, now is the time to act because they’ve got some amazing savings to be had because most of their watches are in the sale right now and you can pick up an absolute bargain from brands like Centric, Zodiac and Carpenter Watches.

Check out our pick of 5 of the best Huckberry Watch Bargains below:

Carpenter G1 Brooklyn Gent Watch – Was $825 now $725

Classy Brooklyn based watchmakers, Carpenter, have been on our radar for a while now here at The Coolector and their brilliant G1 Brooklyn Gent Watch ($725) is one of favourite timepieces from them. This majestic looking offering from Carpenter is a contemporary take on the pilot watch with both date and time functionality and it is powered by a Swiss-made, automatic movement that winds itself with the motion of your wrist. This fantastic timepiece has a sleek, stainless steel case with a 38mm size which sits well on most wrist sizes. ($725)

Centric Instruments Lightwell Field Watch – Was $260 now $195

Billed as a sun-dial for the 21st century, we’re big fans of the Centric Instruments Lightwell Watch ($195) here at Coolector HQ. It boasts a classic field watch design with three hands, brushed steel case, and no-nonsense numeric dial. The solar-powered Seiko quartz movement has the capacity to store up to six months of energy in reserve and the timepiece is crafted from robust and corrosion-resistant surgical-grade 316L stainless steel. It has a 100 meter water resistance with screwdown crown and caseback and each timepiece ships with a silicon sport strap and an Italian leather strap, both with stainless steel buckles. ($195)

MWC A-17 Korean War Issue Watch – Was $318 now $288

The watchmakers at MWC are known for their vintage, military-inspired timepieces that are reminiscent of the past but built to last for the future. The fantastic looking MWC Watches A-17 Korean War Issue Watch ($288) is one of their best to date and it is a historically accurate and updated Korean War era watch. This effortlessly elegant watch has a military-grade, 316L stainless steel case, upgraded 24 jewel automatic movement, illuminated number markers and hands on a bold, black dial and military webbing nylon strap recreated from the ‘50s designs. This watch pays homage to the 1950s and the timepieces worn by the American troops at this time and it is positively packed full of all the necessary updates to provide peak performance in the 21st century. ($288)

Dufrane Barton Springs 656 Diver Watch – Was $656 now $492

Designed to be a daily driver that can stand up to the use and abuse of life on the water when called into action, the Barton Springs 656 Dive Watch from Dufrane ($492) feels surprisingly comfortable on the wrist despite its burly build and 42 mm width. It boasts a Swiss-made automatic mechanical movement which winds itself using the motion of your wrist and the eye-catching sunburst dial adds depth and character to the watch face in its light reflections. It has a 200m water resistance and there is SuperLuminova paint on the watch hands and oversized hour markers which provides enhanced readability even in low light situations, and when you head into the deep blue sea. ($492)

Hawaii Lifeguard Association Dive Watch – Was $250 now $187

Crafted to serve the needs of the Hawaiian Lifeguard Association, made up of the most elite lifeguards in the world, the HLA Dive Watch ($187) is rugged, dependable, and waterproof. It serves just as well as a dedicated timekeeper for any outdoor adventure and as a statement accessory to round out a sensible outfit. It has been field-tested in the line of duty by the Hawaiian Lifeguard Association and each one is powered by a highly accurate, low-maintenance Japanese quartz movement. With a 200m water resistance, it is suitable for any underwater adventure and it uses thick, bright-glowing luminous paint that charges using ambient light applied to hands and dial markers. ($187)

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.