After featuring the highly desirable (and highly priced) TAG Heuer Monaco watch last week, I thought I’d use this week to feature some stylish watches with more realistic price tags, starting with the Sekonda One range.
Launched in 1966, Sekonda has been the biggest selling watch brand in the UK for the past 18 years, with the One range introduced last year. Prices for this range vary between £40 and £75. The 3792 model (pictured) is something of a throwback to the 70s with a big, slightly stretched face and chunky brushed metal bracelet, giving the impression of a timepiece retailing for much more than its asking price – which is £50.
Certainly worth a look as an everyday watch.