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Old 05-20-2015, 03:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was in TJ Maxx today looking at watches, some good deals. I came across watches by Jack Spade, they look good and seem to be of good quality. It says Swiss quartz movement and saphire crystal. Does anyone here know about these watches. For $99 I'm thinking about it. There were about 20 of them, about half were diver stylt. Thanks ahead for any info.
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I have seen them in TJ Maxx and Nordstrom Rack for decent prices. I do not know too much about them except that Jack Spade is a designer brand and they probably do not make the watches themselves. I assume they are running on a Swiss Ronda Quartz. IMO for the price getting a Ronda and Sapphire the prices have been really good. I plan on grabbing one in the near future.

I like this one myself.
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The one I saw was a Swiss Rhonda movement. Checked it on Amazon where it was $300.
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IMO a $100.00 for one is decent price for the brand, of course I always try and score watches at TJs on clearance! LOL Unfortunately the ones I am not interested seem to last long enough they get marked down the quickest and the ones I like sell before they see the markdowns.
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Rokwldr, don't know anything about the brand other than what you're saying, and what John is showing here. Sounds like a pretty good deal though, if you compare their prices from their website sir...

http://www.jackspade.com/watches/
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I also saw a AVI-8 Lancaster Bomber watch there for $89. Just not my style.
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Why do you want this watch?
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Looks nice for the price and I'm always in for a bargain.
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I browse T J once in awhile.
I like their ESQ watches from Movada.

Ordinarily I don't shop WalMart nor buy knockoffs.
But purchased one of WMs, knockoff of a GShock.
Danged but if I didn't find a silk purse among sows ears.
Got it 2 weeks ago on a forum headsup. Spot on accuracy
so far, only thing missing is Casios logo. Readout was cheesy.
Bought it jus to see how much bang fer tha buck I could
get for $10.88. Like I said, we'll see.

I'm too lazy to work an too nervous to steal!!!

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I really like AVI-8 watches have only seen two or three but they were the smaller size ones.

I still haven't found out who actually makes the watches for Jack Spade but they are carried in their own stores and several high end stores like Saks, Nordstroms, Barney's, Bloomingdales etc. I thought they would have been made by the Fossil Group because most of the designer brands are but no mention of them online. Jack Spade got into the watch scene recently in 2013 with a line of about 37 watches. I doubt they are cheaply made considering the brand the fact the high end stores that carry them. I have some Jack Spade shirts, a briefcase and other accessories not including the stuff I bought for my GF and it's all top notch stuff.

If you grab one post some pics, even though it's smaller than I like I might grab the Frasier if I come across it over the holiday weekend.
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Old 02-08-2020, 02:24 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I go to this store almost daily. They get nice watches, including Movado
from other stores that are returns. The deals are great. They have
a lot of watches by Armani Exchange and Skagen.
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