We asked four retailers in four corners of the country to share their top-selling men’s watches this week.
Bergstrom Jewelers, St. Louis Park, Minn.
Citizen Eco-Drive watch (photo courtesy of Citizen)
Citizen Eco-Drive watches, $200–$400. “People like them because they don’t need a battery and they have a really nice price point,” says sales associate Peter Hannes.
Diamond Vault, Monroe, La.
Reactor titanium watch (photo courtesy of Reactor)
Critical Mass watches by Reactor, $400. “The style is great and very wearable,” says Diamond Vault owner Trey Parker. “Also, Reactor’s warranty program is solid. Basically, if the watch breaks they fix it—no matter what.”
Nelson Coleman Jewelers, Towson, Md.
Vintage Rolex watches, $3,000 and up. “We have a niche customer base of collectors who are attracted to Rolex,” says co-owner Mark Coleman. “We call them when we get new ones in.”
Edgardo Jewelers, Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Bulova Precisionist watch (photo courtesy of Bulova)
Bulova Precisionist watches, $200–$800.“People like that it’s the most accurate watch in the world,” says owner Dean Scott Agius.Follow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
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