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- Automatic Self Winding 22 Jewel Movement Engraved With Decorative Côtes De Genève Motif - Artistic Scrolling Etched Into Movement Bridge And Dial - Guilloche Engraved Rotor
- Alligator Embossed Genuine Blue Leather Strap (24mm wide)-Push Button Deployant Clasp - Fits Wrist Sizes 4.75in - 7.5in
- Skeletonized Engraved Silver Dial With Breguet-Style Hands - Dual Time GMT - AM/PM Sun/Moon Display
- 5 ATM Water Resistant - Can withstand splashes and rain, not immersion, swimming, scuba diving, or showering .
- Surgical Grade 49mm Stainless Steel Silver Case - Screw Down Exhibition Case Back - Onion Crown With Blue Cabachon And Hinged Crown Guard
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From the manufacturer
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 stylized 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 utilizes two lunar symbols to indicate the lunar phase calendar of both the waning and cresting moon.
Observe the fascinating and complex movements of this Stuhrling Original watch thanks to the exhibition window, which also features an animated sun and moon display. With its automatic self-winding movement with 60-hour power reserve, this analog-display watch never needs a battery. Protective Krysterna crystal dial window Skeleton dial features dual time movement and animated a.m./p.m. sun and moon display Water-resistant to 10 m (33 feet)
Stuhrling Original’s Special Reserve collection was created to honor the timepieces we’ve produced that deserve extra attention. Some of our finest and most well known watches can be found here, and this is especially true when you’re talking about the Old World Treasure Series. We’ve included horologic wonders here that shock and amaze from the moment you first set eyes on them with full intention on keeping your attention for years to come. Here is the latest addition to the series: the Emperor’s Grandeur. True to its name, the Grandeur makes an exceptionally grand impression; this watch doesn’t just feature one or two details that make it stand out. The entire piece as a whole is bold, imposing, beautiful, and has a commanding presence that can’t be found anywhere else. A spectacular achievement of craftsmanship, the Grandeur bears a few similarities to its predecessor, the Emperor, but this timepiece is larger by 8mm, bringing the case size to 50mm! Whereas the Emperor features an open heart complication that displays the balance wheel, the Grandeur is completely skeletal, and on top of that, it is a pure mechanical watch, the way watches were made over two hundred years ago! The movement, ST-91011 caliber, was tested and certified by our highly trained and certified watch makers has 22-jewels and powers the balance wheel at 21,600 vibrations per hour. On top of that, the Emperor’s Grandeur has an amazing 60 hour power reserve! That’s five days on a pure mechanical movement! The massive case was blanked from solid bars of 316L surgical grade stainless steel, and along with our very own Krysterna crystals, this handsome timepiece is rugged and well protected in form and stature. Equipped with an alligator embossed genuine leather strap, strapping on the Emperor’s Grandeur will give you a commanding presence that cannot be ignored.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 0.6 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B003X0V6RA
- Item model number: 127A.3315C2
- Batteries: 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 10, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Stuhrling Original|
|Dial window material type||Krysterna crystal|
|Clasp||deployant clasp with push button|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||48 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||14 millimeters|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||24 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Special features||Dual time display|
|Item weight||8.80 Ounces|
|Movement||Automatic self wind|
|Water resistant depth||10 Meters|
Top customer reviews
Had high hopes but this is one of those products too good to be true. I would give it 1 star but I will give it 2 just for the interesting design.
I purchased this watch back on November 6, 2016. Since then I have been wearing it frequently. I have not experienced any mechanical problems except for when I first received it. I couldn’t figure out the clasp. For a mechanical designer this is embarrassing. I found a You Tube video on it and can say I really like the manner of how this clasp band design works compared to other watch band types.
It keeps accurate time but adjustments are at times necessary. You have to remember to wind it. The add say’s that it is an automatic self-wind watch but that requires motion and I don’t do too much of that. I sit a keyboard. You’ll notice a turn knob and spring which is another feature of the watch’s drive mechanism. FYI: I once had a pocket watch and I remember this old saying “Don’t over wind or over tighten the spring”. So I wind it to about 50% capacity and do this twice a day which keeps it going all week. Once in the morning, and once in the evening. It has developed into a routine. Part of the appreciation aspect I mentioned.
My coworkers have commented and I continuously receive compliments from clients. Of course I get the question “how much?” as it does appear as an expensive watch. See the list price or visit Stuhrling’s web site. This is a marvelous watch for the price.
The packaging was amazing and got it delivered in less than two weeks (Australia)
First of all people who have not used a Mechanical automatic watch and a clasp like this should watch youtube where you can find videos posted by Sturhling on how to wind and using the clasp as it is bit different to use and so that you dont break or damage it.
As far as the watch is concerned please I did an intial winding of 20 rounds and set the dual time (home and local time to be same) and if you wear it for even a day it should last another 3-4 days without winding.
I have read reviews where people complain about stopping and all but common its a automatic watch if you dont use it it will obviously stop - not just this but any automatic watch so you if you find it stop do an initial winding again and wear it to make it running. Also it is more beautiful then it looks in the picture.
The only reason i am giving 4 starts is because I think the packaging should have included info on winding and that Its also its been only 3 weeks I have been using and wait few more weeks before I give 5 stars.
So in all you wont find a mechanical automatic watch anywhere at such price and it definetly worth it.