Skagen watch reviews of 2015
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Skagen watch reviews 2015
Design – 4/5
Build Quality – 4/5
Functionality – 4/5
Value for money – 5/5
Overall Score – 5/5
Sometimes simple watches are the best think you can choose. They are minimalistic and can go well with whatever you decide to combine them. Simple doesn’t have to mean dull and the Skagen company is here to prove that. This company was formed in 1989 and has slowly built its way up to the top. I found it very hard to select three watches I like the most, since all of them are amazing. However, I man’s got to do what a man’s got to do, so for my Skagen watch reviewes I was able to choose three watches that deserve your attention. Here is what I have prepared for you.
Skagen Men’s SKW6082 “Ancher”
Skagen Men’s SKW6082 watch is a real classic. Everything seems so perfectly combined that you can’t go wrong choosing this watch. It has a round stainless steel case that although it’s only 37 millimeters in diameter and 10 millimeters thick it gives the impression if it was a lot bigger. The white dial is decorated with hours and minutes that indicate the time and a date display located above the six o’clock position. The only element that adds a bit color to the watch is the blue hand counting seconds. For the dial window Skagen used a protective mineral that prevents scratches and damage to the watch. The brown band comes in the standard men’s length, width of 22 millimeters and it is made of brown calfskin leather with a simple buckle clasp. The additional features of the watch are pretty limited so apart from the date display the only other advantage is the water resistance which goes up to 99 feet, meaning this is not a watch you can go diving with. This is where my first Skagen watch review ends.
Skagen Men’s SKW6068 “Havene”
Skagen Men’s SKW6068 “Havene” reminds me of a watch that came from another millennium. It looks a bit futuristic due to the material and the combination of colors. This watch gives you freedom to combine it in any combination you feel comfortable as it can easily blend with your complete outfit. The round case has a diameter of 39 millimeters and it is 6.5 millimeters thick. It is made of stainless steel, a material which Skagen decided to apply for the entire watch. Although the dial is pretty simple, the bold blue color plays a big role in the overall impression of this watch. The markings and the hands in matching silver color are very discreet and don’t attract much attention. The dial is made of the most commonly used material, the mineral, which protects the watch from hard pressure and scratches. It seems to me that the band is the part shouting “look at me, look at me” due to the unusual patter it has. It comes in the standard men’s length, a width of 26 millimeters and has a fold over push button clasp with a safety button that keeps the watch attached to your wrist. This watch doesn’t offer any special features except for the water resistance which in this case goes up to 165 feet. Still this is not a watch you would go under water with. If these two Skagen watch reviews didn’t help you decide on your feelings about Skagen, I have one card left hidden up my sleeve.
Skagen Men’s SKW6053 “Ancher”
My third choice is a watch called Skagen Men’s SKW6053 “Ancher”. You will immediately notice that the design of this watch doesn’t differ much from the ones we saw in the previous two Skagen watch reviews. Everything is kept clean and simple. The round case is made of black stainless steel with a diameter of 45.3 millimeters and thickness of 7.9 millimeters. The dial is decorated with white hourly markings and three hands that indicate the time. Above the six o’clock position you can notice a small display that shows the date. The mineral crystal dial window protects the watch from scratches caused during daily usage. The stainless steel band features a same design as the “Havene” watch only this time it is black, thus less noticeable. It comes in the standard men’s length and width of 22.8 millimeters. For the buckle clasp Skagen used the fold over clasp and the well-known safety button. This watch is water resistant for up to 99 feet and as you might have expected, is not a watch you can use for water adventures.
I hope that these three Skagen watch reviews have helped you learn more about the Skagen watches and maybe made you think of buying one of them to accessorize your wrist.
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