The store is offering up to 25 per cent off Braun watches, with the German brand's classic BN0211 in silver now costing only £176.
The watch pays homage to the work of former Braun head designer Dieter Rams, who transformed the brand with his functional approach to design in the 1970s.
The iconic BN0211 features a stainless-steel bracelet and a yellow seconds ticker that adds colour to the minimalist design.
Mondaine's well-loved Helvetica watch in blue is also discounted. The watch is dedicated to the Helvetica font family, which was designed in Basel in the 50s.
The text, date and indexes on the watch face are set in Helvetica, while its lugs are based on the typeface's number "1".
Another new sale item is the Hagen watch by Danish brand Skagen, featuring a 40-millimetre rose-gold case and dark brown leather strap, has been reduced in cost by 20 per cent.
Also freshly reduced is the Bikupa by Tingest, which has a distinctive circular case punctured by a grid of hexagonal holes.
It was designed by Alexander Lervik, who set up Tingest in 2013 with the aim to design products that reference Scandinavian design heritage.
Other timepieces in the sale include the Picto by Rosendahl in gunmetal/green, which attempts to capture a picture of time, and the Eclipse Metallic by Ziiiro, with its two rectangular markers that seem to float above a luminescent ring.
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