Vannen 10th Anniversary Archive Sale starts Saturday, March 17th at 9AM PST

March 12, 2018

Vannen's 10th Anniversary Archive Sale

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Vannen Watches. To celebrate the occasion, we’re having our biggest archive sale ever! We’re digging deep and pulling out some classics that have been sold out for years. The sale starts on Saturday, March 17th at 9 AM Pacific Time at VannenWatches.com. Inventory is super-limited, and there may only be one or two pieces of a particular design available. We won’t be able to honor discount codes for this special event - but the good news is that you’re getting a chance to order that watch you were looking for at the original retail price.





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