The first time I found myself working for “Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” I was up against an evil genius. Then I fought off the Russians. And of course everyone remembers my battle with that gold-obsessed mad man who was looking to bring down Fort Knox. Did I get credit for any of it? Of course not. The stuntman never gets credit for being the person who saves the world. But this watch almost makes it worth it.
He held out his wrist to show the watch he wore during all those harrowing movie moments. It was a classic — dynamic and bold. Exactly like the secret spy he portrayed eleven times on the big screen. Recently, a similar watch sold in an online auction for $66,000. Just being associated with the world’s most famous secret agent brings a high price. That’s why we decided to create a stunt double dashing enough to upstage any leading man.
To create the Stauer SA-7, we didn’t contact the secret agent’s famous gadget guru. We recruited the world’s top watch operatives. That meant heading deep into the Swiss mountains, where timekeeping legends are born. Master craftsmen skipped the lasers and grappling hooks and instead they simply placed at its core one of the most impressive Swiss quartz movements ever developed. They warned us that the SA-7 should be considered a lethally precise machine, keeping accurate time to within one second per day. It’s relentlessly reliable, but also impeccably styled. You won’t want to keep it undercover for long. The electric blue dial is set with a dozen Austrian crystals inside a stainless steel case. And the watch’s bezel and center links shimmer with a luxurious golden finish. The SA-7’s stainless steel band secures with a deployant buckle and is water resistant to 3 ATM.
Whether you’re on a movie set in Monte Carlo or headed to a business meeting in Minnesota, the SA-7 is the watch you want on your side. Because when Stauer and the Swiss work together, nobody does it better. Fit’s wrist 6 ¾"–8 ¾".