Akribos XXIV Women's Link Bracelet Watch
Melding the practicality of a timepiece with the eye-catching aesthetics of jewelry, this watch both gives the precise time and adds a decorative flourish to the wrist. The bezel is accented with crystals that add a bit of shine and draw the eye to the watch's face, which has three handy subdials. Two-tone links add texture to the bracelet and create a layered effect. Luminous hands and markers make it easier to tell the time in the dark, and Japanese quartz movement keeps the watch ticking on time so you know when to brace yourself for when any nearby cuckoo clocks go off.
- Crystal accents on bezel
- Two-tone link bracelet
- Japanese quartz movement
- Three subdials: day, date, and Greenwich Mean Time
- Luminous hands and markers
- Jewelry clasp
- Resin band
- Water resistant
- case 38 mm (W) x 38 mm (L)
- band 24.5 mm (W) x 7.5 in. (L)
About Akribos XXIV
It seems only natural for a watchmaker to be concerned with history. The founders of Akribos XXIV were fascinated by the history of timekeeping, which has roots in Greece and Rome. To commemorate the ancient art, they named their company for the two powers. In Greek, akribos means “exact and precise”; XXIV are the Roman numerals for 24, as well as Prince’s latest signature. Taken together, the name both pays homage to the past and makes a promise for the future. Each timepiece the company crafts is meticulously designed to track all 24 hours in a day. Furthermore, every watch doubles as an eye-catching accessory. Details such as sunray dials, crystal-accented bezels, and braided bracelets represent the company’s distinctive style: bold, fashion-forward, and functional.
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per person. Ships within Canada only. Most orders are delivered within 12 business days from the purchase date. See return policy. Must provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. Goods sold by Groupon Goods. Ships from US. Price includes all duty and excise taxes. Applicable GST/HST tax added at checkout. How is the strike-through price determined?