Timex for J. Crew Andros Watch – $101.50 w/ WINTER ($175)
Oh how the mighty have fallen. In price.
It debuted half a year or so ago, and when it did, it racked up three and a half heads on the patent pending Muytjens-ometer. Somewhere between “pricey” and “ridiculous.” But the J. Crew Military Timex has done quite well for itself, and now with the extra 30% off sale items code WINTER, the Andros is now half a hundred less than the Military.
But it’s still over $100.
The bezel does function and you get a day and date window. Fits all them 18mm J. Crew watch straps.
Alternatives: Gruen’s GUAM1104 for $21(nonfunctioning bezel) or the Orient Mako for $107.50 w/DapperedJanuary.
Assume you’re in the market for something similar. Maybe you actually are, but even if you’re not, pretend that you are. Ask yourself: What would you be willing to pay? Cast your vote and add any reasoning in the comments. Top Pic via Mr. Porter. The Extra 30% off sale items code WINTER expires 1/13.
What Would You Pay? J. Crew Timex Andros
- $175. Already have it. I paid full retail. (0%, 2 Votes)
- $101. Seems fair. Looks great. (8%, 50 Votes)
- $50 - $100. Can't go higher for a Timex. (56%, 355 Votes)
- $0 - $50. C'mon. (38%, 239 Votes)
Total Voters: 635