The Best Watches Under $1,000 From LIV Watches

The best watches under $1,000 from LIV Watches

Brought to you in sponsorship with LIV Watches…

The best watches under $1,000 can be hard to find. Literally, a man can look far and wide for the ones that are stylish, comfortable and fit within his budget, but it can be a struggle a lot of times. But it doesn’t have to be.

Introduce yourselves to LIV Watches, which offer limited edition, Swiss watches for men at the fraction of the price of other brands, without substituting quality and craftsmanship. With more than two decades in the watch industry, LIV Watches knows what makes a great timepiece, which is why they use materials like titanium and ceramic, making their watches both light and sturdy.

And since they want to give guys Swiss automatic watches for the best value, take a look at some of the brand’s best watches under $1,000 below.

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LIV GX1-A Cobalt – $590

This limited edition watch is a perfect timepiece to add to your collection, with its timeless design being a radical approach to Swiss watchmaking. Plus, with only 1,000 produced, you’ll be in exclusive company anytime you’ve got this wrapped around your wrist. Using 26 jewels for a smooth operation and accuracy, take on any adventures with the rugged and timeless GX1-A Cobalt.


LIV GX AC Swiss Panda – $990

If you’re looking for a great watch that will carry on through multiple generations, the GX AC is it. Crowned with LIV Watches’ intricate 3D, multi-layer dial, the quality of the materials and the overall fit and design are top-notch. Add in the timepiece’s anti-reflective crystal for maximum clarity and scratch resistance and you’ll never want to take the GX AC off your wrist.


LIV GX Analog Alarm Gray Limited Edition – $360

With only 750 available in this particular colorway, you’ll want to make sure you snag yourself the GX Analog Alarm Gray Limited Edition. Meticulously mounted inside LIV’s iconic GX case beats a RONDA startech Caliber 4120.B, which powers a 2-hand display of time with a constant running 60 second subdial at the 3 o’clock position. Built with LIV’s legendary attention to detail, the GX-Alarm will serve you through a lifetime of adventures. Plus, with a built-in chime alarm function, you’ll never find yourself oversleeping again.


LIV Rebel-DDC Aspen White – $390

To suggest that the LIV Rebel-DDC Aspen White is rebellious would be an understatement. This incredible quartz chronograph delivers extreme accuracy with chronograph and calendar capabilities. And, as is the case with all Rebel models, the DDC rides in a hand finished and polished 316L stainless steel case. While it may seem odd to have Rebels live with classic designs, this watch proves the two can coexist.


LIV Rebel GMT Cobalt – $370

The LIV Rebel-GMT Cobalt is made for those men who want to make a statement. The face alone will attract attention, but the Swiss Ronda Caliber 515.H24 GMT quartz movement will prove that you know what the hell you’re doing when it comes to finding a quality timepiece. Whether worn for business or pleasure, the GMT Cobalt has options, offering a wide range of strap and bracelet options like double injected silicone or hand-crafted leather.


TJ Blue LIV GX1 Black Silicone – $490

An exclusive collaboration between LIV Watches and TJ Eisenhart has led to this beauty of a watch, which is one of the most expressive timepieces ever. Specifically made for the adventurous man, the GX1 Swiss Chrono TJ Eisenhart Limited Edition can accompany you when deep-diving in the ocean or biking around town for a long ride, but can still grab the attention of clients when worn during a board meeting in the office. Thanks to the power of a 13-jewel Swiss quartz Chrono, this limited edition design blends style, comfort and design for the man who’s always exploring.


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