Can we have a drum roll please...
When you hear a drum roll you know something pretty special is about to happen. Who won the photo finish relay? Who won the award for best actor? It’s a positive sound. It’s the sound that signals winning. Why not orchestrate a drum roll into a timepiece? The only other drum watch we’ve ever seen (or heard) was at the Baselworld Watch Trade Fair in Switzerland and it cost $800,000. Until now...
In the looks department, this timepiece sets the pace for style, for set within its silvery-white, checkerboard embossed dial is a rolling counter time display that takes you back to the days of your first clock radio.
Performance-wise this watch doesn’t miss a beat— its precision movement oscillates at an unbelievable 32,768 times per second. It’s tight as a drum too, with a durable stainless steel crown and case back and a gets-better-with-age distressed leather band.
Collector’s timepieces typically garner a higher price tag. When it comes to pricing, we march to the beat of a different drummer, choosing to price our timepieces to be accessible, instead of up-charging to justify a big designer name. Even without a drum roll, it’s pretty clear you are the winner.
- Precision Quatz Movement; #Q2362
- Stainless steel case back & crown
- Alloy case
- 45mm Case Diameter
- 16mm Case Thickness
- 24mm band width
- Mineral Crystal
- Genuine leather band with cream stitching
- Water resistant to 3 ATM
- Fits wrists up to 8 ¾"
- 94 grams
- Battery Type: SR626SW
I purchased this watch for myself because it is different. It is a large watch, and setting it was difficult. I do like it however, but I suggest Stauer makes the face color white or a cream, and paint the numbers on the drums a bright white. the silver color is difficult to read, unless you are standing in daylight.