13 of the best watch deals we've seen in the Australian Black Friday sales

Daniel Wellington

A watch is the one fashion accessory that will never go out of style.

The search for the perfect model is a personal choice but whether you’re in the market for a contemporary design or a classic timepiece, now is the perfect time (pun intended) to take advantage of the Black Friday Sales.

Here are all the best watch deals on sale to suit every budget.

Bonus: They all come with free delivery.

Daniel Wellington

Save 25% on the Women’s Watch Classic Canterbury 36mm for just $186.50.

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South Lane

Save 25% on the Unisex-Adult Southlane-2018-56 Year-Round Analog Quartz White Band Watch for just $356.40.

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Michael Kors

Save 32% on the Men’s MK8566 Year-Round Analog Quartz Blue Watch for just $434.80.

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Diesel

Save 58% on the Men’s DZ7358 Machinus Black Ip Denim Watch for just $338.62.

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Tissot

Save 27% on the Men’s T0636371603700 Year-Round Analog Quartz Brown Watch for just $353.80.

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Timex

Save 25% on the Men’s TW2R23300 Year-Round Analog Quartz Silver Watch for just $75.10.

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Fossil

Save 10% on the Women’s ES4433 Fossil Carlie Rose Gold-Tone Analogue Wrist Watch, Gold, Small for just $150.80.

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Citizen

Save 27% on the Men’s AT9010-52E Year-Round Analog Solar Powered Silver Watch for just $413.60.

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Anne Klein

Save 25% on the Women’s AK/N2472BKGB Analog Quartz Gold Watch for just $71.00.

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Emporio Armani

Save 27% on the Men’s AR1846 Dress Brown Leather Watch for just $174.20.

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Sekonda

Save 25% on the SK3798 Year-Round Analog Quartz Pocket Watch for just $74.30.

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