The Watchery is a retailer that provides luxury watches for adults at highly affordable prices. The Watchery faces competition online from companies such as Watch Station and MChrono. The company has advantages in comparison to these sites; however there are some areas that will be less appealing to customers.
Selection at The Watchery
The Watchery offers popular, designer brands of watches. The company carries brands such as Cartier, Movado, Bulova, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Gucci. There are easily close to 150 brands at the website!
While the US website for Watch Station also carries designer watches for men and women, there are fewer brands between which customers can choose. There are 15 brands currently available at watchstation.com. There are fewer designers, compared to The Watchery. For customers who want variety, The Watchery is the better place to shop online.
Comparison of Shipping Policies
The Watchery trumps many of its online rivals for its US shipping prices, yet falls short in terms of where items ship.
One online competitor is MChrono, which also offers brand-name watches. While MChrono offers free shipping on kids’ watches, The Watchery outdoes the company by giving free ground shipping on all orders within the 50 United States (excluding Hawaii and Alaska). The type of watch is not a detail that limits shipping prices.
Thewatchery.com ships internationally as well, outside of the United States. While some online retailers ship only across the 50 States, the website does not have this limitation. Countries for shipping, besides the US, include Canada, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Mexico.
The timepiece company, however, ships to fewer countries than does MChrono. While The Watchery ships to 15 countries outside of the United States, MChrono ships to about 150 countries worldwide! The customer base available at MChrono is larger than at thewatchery.com.
For prices, The Watchery claims to provide customers “the ABSOLUTE best pricing in the world.” In direct price comparisons between The Watchery and Watch Station, the statement appears to hold true.
Here is as price comparison for Fossil watches, carried by both companies:
- The Watchery: Fossil Women’s Stella (L) Chronographic Blush Dial Blush Aluminum is $79 USD. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $135 USD.
- Watch Station: Fossil Women’s Stella Aluminum and Stainless Steel Watch – Blush is $135 USD.
Customers save 41% by purchasing the women’s item at The Watchery rather than at Watch Station!
For men’s timepieces, designer Michael Kors is also carried by the two above-mentioned companies. While the exact same pieces are not carried for men, the price range for Michael Kors men’s pieces is lower at The Watchery than at Watch Station:
- The Watchery has price range of $160 USD - $223.90 USD for Michael Kors men’s timepieces.
- Watch Station has price range of $195 USD - $275 USD for the same category.
While The Watchery has lower pricing, however, the selection of men’s Michael Kors watches is larger at Watch Station. There are 47 styles to choose from here, compared to only five styles at The Watchery.
The Watchery carries more designer names on its fashionable website than many competitors, yet carries fewer types of some designers than do rivals such as Watch Station. The Watchery ships internationally, rather than staying strictly in the US. Competitor MChrono does offer shipping to more countries in comparison. For pricing, The Watchery is hard to beat for its extremely low prices for high-quality pieces.
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