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Timex Andros Watch

Timex Andros Watch

If your budget doesn't allow for a shiny Rolex Submariner, see if there's at least enough in your sock drawer for the Timex Andros Watch ($175). Yet another collaboration with J.Crew, the watch sports a classic dive-style looks, a preptastic nylon strap, quartz analog movement with a functioning bezel, and is water-resistant up to 100 meters.

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