This Men’s Watch Normally Costs $625. Today It Is Just 50 Bucks

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At the end of the day, you just can’t beat a deal like this. The opportunity to save $100 (let alone $200 or $400) on something as essential as a watch is always big. But being able to save $575? The opportunity to get a quality watch for a mere $50? That’s crazy talk.

Just goes to show – you never know what deals you’ll wake up to each morning. Who knew you wouldn’t have to pay $625 for this Akribos watch when you had your first cup of coffee this A.M.

Everyday there are deals, and there are DEALS. This is the latter (Photo via eBay)

Everyday there are deals, and there are DEALS. This is the latter (Photo via eBay)

Men’s Akribos XXIV AK662SSB Black Dial Chronograph Date Stainless Steel Watch on sale for $49.99

Here are the specs:

  • Case: Base metal, silver-tone

  • Caseback: Stainless steel , snap-down

  • Bezel: Base metal, silver-tone, coin-edge

  • Dial: Black, striped etched dial

  • Hands: Silver-tone, luminescent

  • Markers: Roman numeral, baton, silver-tone, luminescent

  • Subdials: Three, 60 second and 30 minute timer

  • Calendar: Date displayed at 4 o’clock and 6 o’clock position

  • Bracelet: Stainless steel, silver-tone

  • Clasp: Push-button deployment

  • Crystal: Mineral with sapphire coating

  • Crown: Push/pull

  • Movement: Swiss quartz, chronograph

  • Water resistance: 1 ATM/10 meters/33 feet

  • Case measurements: 48 mm wide x 48 mm long x 14 mm thick

  • Bracelet measurements: 24 mm wide x 9 inches long

  • Box measurements: 2.5 inches wide x 11 inches long x 1.5 inches high

  • Model: AK662SSB

This Arkibos watch is 92 percent off (YouTube screenshot)

This Arkibos watch is 92 percent off (YouTube screenshot)

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