eWatches.com, a leading online retailer of
men’s and women’s watches, is proud to announce their OneHourWatch specials. Around the clock each day, for one hour only, customers can enjoy enormous discounts on watches at prices up to 90% off retail.

Online PR News – 10-December-2011 – – The one hour special is for one popular watch model, with varieties ranging from top brand name watches for men to stylish Glam Rock women’s watches. The OneHourWatch special are featured every day, 24/7.

Our OneHourWatch deal is one of the most popular sales on eWatches. “Our customers love the thrill of checking in to see what's coming up and knowing they have scored an incredible deal on a discount watch,” says Roi Mallach, President of eWatches.com.

Some of the hottest watches included in the promotion include Activa, Invicta Watches, Swiss Legend watches, Seiko, and Chronograph watches. Styles range from oversized watches to small watches for women. Prices for watches on the OneHourWatch deal can drop the watch price to as low as $12.

The incentive ensures consumers check back in with the site all day. The OneHourWatch page also reveals the next three watches to go on sale, so shoppers can time their visit to the discount watch retailer accordingly.

The OneHourWatch special is just one of a number of shopping incentives on
eWatches.com. The leading discount watch retailer also hosts Blue Lunch Specials each day between 12pm and 3pm ET, in addition to Daily Deals, Beat the Clock sales and Weekend Brunch Specials.

About eWatches

eWatches.com is an award-winning website that has been selling watches to tens of
thousands of satisfied customers since 2003. In both 2007 and 2008, Inc. Magazine
selected eWatches.com as one of America’s 500 Fastest Growing Companies in its
annual Inc. 500 list. eWatches gives customers a superior shopping experience with:

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