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Reviews of Apple’s impressive Apple Watch Ultra started rolling in this week. It’s an impressive piece of equipment, but it also costs $800, too much for most people who don’t plan to spend their weekends fighting bears or diving to the bottom of the sea in search of pirate jewelry. For the rest of us, a regular clock works fine for telling the time and looks good. Amazon’s current watch sale offers up to 60 percent off underrated and reliable watches from Timex, Casio, and Seiko.

I’m personally a big fan of the Seiko Mechanical Automatic watch, which is down to $219 from $550. It has a substantial 39.9mm case to match its stainless steel band. It has a super precise mechanical movement and the case is water resistant to 100 meters, which is much more water resistant than your human body.

Citizen Nighthawk Eco-Drive

If you’re looking for something a little more tactical, the Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster Nighthawk (currently $211 down from $395) offers a 42mm case with more complications than a simple fashion watch. You get dual time as well as the date and even some pilot specific features. It still looks like a classic chronograph, but is more refined than its purely style-oriented companions.

Timex Expedition watch in green

The Timex Expedition is currently $65, which is about 20 percent off its normal price. It borrows its design from classic military watches and offers chronograph functionality, meaning it keeps time to 1/20 of a second. It is water resistant to 100 meters and the indigo backlight makes it easy to see in the dark. It looks much more expensive than it is.

Here are more of Amazon’s notable watch deals from its current sale. There’s something for almost every wrist.

Amazon’s massive sale offers up to 60 percent off Casio and Timex watches

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