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- Stainless steel round shape case with polished beveled bezel
- Protective krysterna crystal on front and back
- Skeleton dial features dual time movement and animated a.m./p.m. sun and moon display
- Blue alligator embossed genuine leather strap with push button clasp
- Water-resistant to 10 m (33 feet)
|Brand Name||Stuhrling Original|
|Dial Window Material Type||Krysterna Crystal|
|Clasp Type||Push Button Clasp|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Diameter||48 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||14 millimetres|
|Band Width||24 millimetres|
|Bezel Material||Stainless Steel|
|Calendar||does not have date function|
|Water Pressure Resistance||5 bar|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
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This complication allows the watch to display both local time and the time in another time zone simultaneously. Also known as GMT, which references the dual time displaying both local time and Greenwich Mean Time.
Sometimes referred to as a butterfly clasp, or an invisible double locking clasp, is an expanding metal mechanism designed to fasten a watchband with a fitted look; thus preserving the integrity of the leather band for much longer.
Self-Winding Automatic Movement:
The heart of any self-winding automatic movement is the Rotor: a semi-circular metal piece encased within the back of the watch. The rotor is designed to manipulate the effects of gravity using it’s weight to be the energy source for the movement. When worn on the wrist, your arm swings back and forth, and this piece moves back and forth inside the watch, which winds the mainspring. Therefore, every move of your arm serves as a tiny ‘refresh’ for the mechanism and keeps the watch wound easily. The spring in the watch typically stores enough energy to keep the watch going for about a day and a half, if you leave it off your wrist.
A sigil on the watch’s dial to indicate am/pm in local time. The Day/Night indicator is traditionally stylised as a circular recess with a cresting Sun on one half, and a waning moon on the other, while a pendulum moves throughout the day to maintain accurate readings. This is not to be confused with the Moon-phase complication, which traditionally utilises two lunar symbols to indicate the lunar phase calendar of both the waning and cresting moon.
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Firstly, the strap (although leather) is a little thinner that it appears which detracts from the design given the size of the watch face.
Secondly, the bottom joining of the strap to the bottom of the watch is also thin, which gives doubt to its strength. I'll put this down to appearance, as 7 months in and I've had no issue with the strap.
Thirdly, the metal casing scratches so easily its offensive. The Glass however is very resistant to scratches.
Finally, The auto-wind mechanism is weak and from the off, it was louder than any of my current mechanical self winding watches. To this end, after only 7 months, the self winding mechanism has separated from the other mechanical component of the watch, rendering it unusable. It does come with a 2 year warranty, which I have now acted upon and await a response.
In conclusion, its a very nice looking watch and is worth getting if you don't intend to wear it often
No matter what you do, wind it, give it a good shake every quarter of an hour to make sure mechanism is moving, at some point it will stop working leaving you with checking time on your mobile.
Mechanism quality inside is not up to outside look unfortunately.
Reason I would generously consider giving the watch two stars is because it is one of the nicest looking one you will ever encounter.
It does take a sharp eye to tell the time with all the visible mechanisms, but after a while you are getting used to read it.... to go back to checking time on your cellphone.
I've send it for repairs under warranty, but after spending 30 eur for international courier to US, putting bank draft for another 23 inside (to cover shipping of watch back to me) got "repaired" one that worked as should for less than 2 weeks...
Save yourself some money and stay away from this model, stuhrling quartz one seems to have better opinions on amazon, maybe will give thse a go.