Stuhrling Original Classic Saratoga Men's Quartz Watch with Silver Dial Analogue Display and Blue Leather Strap 342.3315C2
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- Polished stainless steel square shaped case with knurl edge crown
- Protective krysterna crystal on front and decorated case back
- Silver split level dial with blue markers and date window
- Blue genuine leather strap with stainless steel tang buckle
- Water-resistant to 165 feet (50 m)
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|Brand Name||Stuhrling Original|
|Dial Window Material Type||Krysterna Crystal|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel|
|Case Diameter||39 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||8 millimetres|
|Band Length||Mens Standard|
|Band Width||32 millimetres|
|Bezel Material||Stainless Steel|
|Water Pressure Resistance||5 bar|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
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The Ascot Family belongs to the Classic Collection, a group of timepieces that hearkens back to the classic tradition of watchmaking. These beautifully constructed timepieces feature an ultra slim case design with a simple dial configuration for a dignified presence on the wrist.
With dedication to the heritage of Swiss watchmaking, Stuhrling Original timepieces appeal to the most discriminating tastes. The company has roots dating back to the 1800's when Switzerland emerged as one of the global leaders in watchmaking. Stuhrling Original remains committed to its mission of preserving the high standards set in Switzerland manufacturing all of their fine timepieces in their Swiss-owned factory.
Each and every model conveys an inimitable story with style. You'll find heirloom selections for both men and women that even the most astute watch collector will cherish and admire.See all Product description
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In the accompanying brochure was more blather about fine Swiss standards brought to America, etc., etc.
Well, the watch worked for a couple of weeks; then started to lose 10 or 20 minutes a day. My wife stopped wearing it. I took it to my local watch repairman (since it was 30 days outside the expiration of the 90 day warranty). It needed a new mechanism. My competent watch repairman got the watch back up and running (at least for the time being).
Real Swiss watchmakers do a better job than this firm does: they test their watches according to exacting standards. I wouldn't buy a Stuhring watch again and wouldn't recommend anyone else to do so either.