Akribos may only be over a decade old, but the way they’ve been making their watches over that time is proof that they’ve really got their fingers on the pulse of watchmaking. They know exactly what their clientele wants and what the industry needs, especially in today’s market. Akribos watches offer great watch options for men and women alike. The brand stands for brilliance and breathtaking style. If you’re in the market for a new watch, you definitely have to check out Akribos if you haven’t yet. Here are the five best Akribos watches you could buy on the market today.
Akribos XXIV Women’s Glimmer Crystal Stainless Steel Mesh Watch
Simplicity is what this watch is all about. This Akribos watch starts off with a beautifully thin mesh stainless steel strap that has a rose tone to it. The case and bezel has the same rose tone. The bezel features Swarovski crystals—a common Akribos feature—and it adds just a touch of elegance to the complete look. The white dial is clean and sharp, and the sophistication continues on with the skinny linear markers and hands. There’s also something different on the watch dial. The date ticker is located on the six o’clock mark instead of its usual position on the three.
Akribos XXIV Men’s Gold Tone Strap Watch
There’s nothing subtle about this Akribos watch. From the bright yellow gold tone to the stark black dial, everything about this Akribos screams bold elegance. The mesh strap works to highlight the focal point of the watch, which is the dial. The tachymeter provides a slight detail, but the main feature of this watch are the heavy Roman numerals that mark the two, four, six, eight, ten, and twelve o’clock positions. All other markers are depicted with a bold line. The hands have a luminous center. There are three sub dials that depict different aspects of time telling. There’s also a date counter located in between the four and five o’clock markers. This is definitely the kind of watch you wear if you want to impress someone.
Akribos XXIV Extremis Men’s Blue Dial and Gray Stainless Steel Watch
This watch is bulky and extremely strong. This watch is the definition of a men’s watch. The gray tone of the stainless steel alone is something worth mentioning. It’s beautifully understated, especially when you have this brilliant blue dial staring right at you. The white square or rectangular markers are cool against the blue, but it’s the combination of the white and yellow hands that truly stand out. There are two sub dials on this watch that probably depict the hour and second movements. Another thing that stands out on this watch are the three crowns that stick out on the right side of the watch. They wonderfully bold and overbearing in a way that only a watch like this could pull off.
Akribos XXIV Women’s Rose Gold Tone Bracelet Watch
The chunky stainless steel bracelet of this Akribos watch gives it an air of sophistication and professionalism. This watch is far from simple. The three rows of Swarovski crystals alone gives this watch even a touch more of elegance. There are three different kinds of markers on the dial. Two sub dials make up the three and six o’clock markers. Crystals make up the six and twelve o’clock markers. All other markers are depicted with linear rose gold pieces. This Akribos watch is a true statement of Akribos elegance. There’s nothing else like it.
Akribos XXIV Men’s Brown Strap Watch
Akribos offers many leather options. This particular one has a light-medium brown tone leather straps, thick and bulky around the wrist. The straps hold up a silver casing that probably has one of the simplest dials on a men’s Akribos watch. The dial has a silver tone that’s almost identical to the bezel. Everything else inside the dial is close in color. The hands, the markers, and the sub dial are all in the same tones. The markers are all linear, including the hands as well. This is probably one of the coolest designs from Akribos that’s good enough for daily wear. This watch can go with absolutely anything in a man’s wardrobe—regardless of your rotating style.
Written by Garrett Parker
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