Friday, July 17, 2009

Stuhrling men's automatic skeleton watch

I know: there are probably dozens of excellent blogs that talk about nothing but watches. I don't know much about them, really, but I couldn't resist sharing all the shiny miniature mechanical goodness embodied in this one made by Stuhrling.

From the watch description
A skeletonized design displays the mechanical movement, and a series of gold-tone alternating Arabic numerals and indexes bring at-a-glance precision. A deep black crocodile leather band comes equipped with a sturdy buckle-clasp closure. Other details include 41.5-millimeter case and a gold-tone stationary, stainless steel bezel. Characterized by its distinct beauty, this exquisite timepiece sets itself apart. Powered by automatic-self-winding movement, this watch is water resistant up to 165 feet.

Here's a link for more details on this automatic skeleton watch
with an extensive write up of Swiss watchmaker, Stuhrling.


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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stuhrling isn't a Swiss company, no matter how many times they use the word "Swiss" on their website. They're a Chinese company. Many of their cheaper watches have movements that appear in a great many other brands, as well, including the one you list here. This is pretty much par for the course for these $150-$200 semi-luxury watches. Probably a perfectly good watch, but you should know what you're getting.

August 29, 2009 at 11:23 AM  

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