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Gear Lust – Best men’s watches under $300

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It’s been long-established that a timepiece is an important accessory that every man must own. However, you don’t have to break the bank to wear one, enjoy what it provides, and look good in the process.

To help you along with this necessity, we’ve compiled what we think are the best men’s watches under $300.

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Invicta 8926OB Pro Diver

The 8926OB Pro Diver has got to be the least expensive and most accurate automatic Submariner homage watch we’ve ever had the pleasure of using. It’s solid, looks great on your wrist, versatile (matches well with leather or rubber straps), and has 200m water resistance. All for only $79.

Bertucci A-2T Titanium Field Watch

It’s lightweight, sturdy, dependable, and comes with a screw-down crown that prevents the watch from accidentally popping open. The strap is rugged and looks great. You can even change the date and time without removing the watch from your wrist. At $119, what’s not to like?

Seiko Le Grand Sport Solar

Based solely on its looks, Seiko’s Le Grand Sport certainly doesn’t look like it costs $128. It might be something that genius billionaire playboy philanthropists would wear. The watch isn’t merely pretty, however. It’s reliable. Provided that you give it enough sunlight.

Armogan Spirit of St. Louis Chronograph

The $225 Spirit of St. Louis is a quartz watch with great build quality. It also comes with a 12-hour chronograph. We’re just smitten with how it looks: the impeccable domed crystal, the gorgeous suede leather strap – everything here looks exquisite.

Seiko SNDC33 Chronograph

Looking for a handsome, water-resistant, 12-hour 1/20th-of-a-second chronograph? It doesn’t get better than Seiko’s SNDC33 dial watch. This black variant looks particularly sharp with a suit. You might not believe it costs only $95.

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