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As you, our loyal, valued clients know, Tire'd Watch Company is a small business that just happens to have a web storefront. And for the next 5 days, we're going on vacation! For the first time in our 10 year history, we're shutting off our computers (and phones...and tablets...) and spending some quality time with our families. This means that orders made this week, will not be shipped out until next week after December 5th. While we know you, our current (or hopefully future) client will understand why we want to spend the holiday season focusing on our families, we are...

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We are celebrating our 10th holiday season and to share our excitement with you, we've got the best deals on our three collections we've ever had!

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Fathers Day, Rapide, Tired Watch Company, Trail Blade, XTS Chrono -

Get Dad a gift that is as rugged, refined and unique as he is. Use promo code DAD15 for 15% off the gift that he will wear for a lifetime.  The Tire'd Watch Company meticulously crafts every watch to your comfort placing the ergonomics at 9 and 10 o' clock positions, making it just right for the 95% of us who wear our watch on our left wrist. It also gives a classic and traditional look for those neglected lefties! The three collections — Rapide, Trail Blade and XTS — are limited edition timepieces for a man that refuses to...

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Many people are turning to designs that move the crown 180 degrees from the traditional 3 o' clock position. Here are three reasons why watch connoisseurs are embracing 9 and 10 o' clock crowns. 1. ELIMINATE 'WRIST BITE' Locating the crown at 9 or 10 o' clock eliminates 'wrist bite'.  Most of us wear our watches on our left wrists. It's a question of dominance. With our watch on our left wrist, the right, dominant hand is freed up to complete the more challenging tasks. The crown is typically located at the 3 o' clock position for easy access and manipulation by...

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XTS Chrono -

Unlike the typical chronograph, XTS CHRONO Crown is positioned on the left hand side of the watch case at 9 o’ clock. This design choice is rooted in the belief that a watch should be comfortable at all times, not just when your wrist is in a neutral position. All internal components are aligned to reflect this left side orientation. The XTS Chrono watch delivers on it's design promise. "Finally a watch for the active person." says 5 star reviewer. "The concept of putting the dial on the inside, rather than jammed up against the back of your hand, was very...

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