Best Watches Under $2k
“How much watch do you want?” With over 10,000 watches here at Feldmar, we’ve got hundreds of watches that max out the “dollars and sense” scale. We’ve rounded up some of the best watches under $2,000 that provide unbeatable value. Read on!
Tudor 1926 39mm
Choose your style! Celebrating the year of Tudor’s founding, the 1926 collection is vast. With many sizes, dial styles, and strap options, most steel variants — even the bracelet versions — can be had for under $2k, including this highly wearable 39mm variant. That’s a lot of Swiss for a little cheese!
Hamilton Khaki Pilot Pioneer Bronze
Don’t call it a comeback! Once an exotic material in watchmaking, bronze watches have been on the rise in recent years. Hamilton came up with a winning combo in the Khaki Pilot Pioneer, pairing heritage styling with a warm, vintage bronze case that’s as functional as it is gorgeous!
Nomos Club Campus 38mm
NOMOS came correct with the Club Campus line! With high-quality leather, versatile sizing, and a dial color that’s wholly unique, we’re hard-pressed to find a more singular watch in any of our 50+ showcases. And because NOMOS prides itself on making all its movements in-house, this is a manufacture calibre that won’t break the bank.
Seiko Prospex Cave Diver Titanium
Until recently, it was a tall order to find an all-titanium watch for under $2k. That all changed with Seiko’s new Prospex Cave Divers. And with one of Seiko’s top movements beneath some of the best dials in the game, this watch offers best-in-class value!
Oris Big Crown Pointer Date
Red dial watches are having a moment, and few are more gorgeous than the Big Crown Pointer Date. Making use of Oris’s famous pointer date complication and paired with a perfectly suited natural leather strap, this is a ready-for-anything timepiece that won’t bust a budget.
G-SHOCK Full Metal Virtual Armor
Aside from having probably the coolest name ever, the Full Metal Virtual Armor wins the award for most utility under $2k. With features like alarms, countdown timers, Bluetooth connectivity, and all the shock resistance that’s made G-Shock famous, it’s about as robust as a watch gets!
Zodiac Super Sea Wolf Ceramic
Zodiac has reinvented the Super Sea Wolf in more ways than we can count, yet they always seem to come up with another winning combination! This time, the legendary diver is available for the first time in ceramic casing — an offering typically only found in the upper atmosphere of watchmaking. It’s no exaggeration to say there isn’t another automatic ceramic watch available at this price!
Mido Multifort Patrimony
For years, Mido has quietly put out watches that punch way above their weight. Thanks to the Powermatic movement that can run for 80 hours when fully wound, the Multifort Patrimony might have one of the best endurance-to-price ratios around. Another favorite feature: the pulsometer scale to measure your heartrate when you find out what a value this watch is!
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