We Traveled to the Ends of the Earth for This Watch
An exclusive timepiece that marks you as a world traveler
At Stauer, our people get around. We’re not kidding. To find the rare and extraordinary items that you find in the pages of this magazine, we’ve literally gone to the ends of the Earth.
We’ve sojourned at the summit of K2, dug in Israel’s Negev Desert and searched for the lost island of Atlantis in our endless quest to bring you the world’s riches. We’ve visited Arizona numerous times for turquoise, Bali for their intricate metal jewelry, and Italy for their Murano glass, gold and silver. We’ve even taken watches on deep sea expeditions to test their durability.
When someone has traveled more than 20,000 miles for our company, we reward them with our Man of the World Watch, a token of our gratitude for all that they’ve done for us.
Now, for the first time ever, we’re offering this one-of-a-kind timepiece to you. Not only does this automatic watch’s face feature an image of the globe surrounded by the stars, but it also showcases a skeleton balance wheel so you can literally watch as time goes by. This automatic watch has a Cotswold® crystal and a genuine leather strap. This timepiece is meant to stand up to whatever the world throws at you.
Want to be forever marked as a world traveler? Get the Man of the World Watch and see how those frequent flyer miles stack up.
- Automatic movement
- 21 jewels
- Black genuine leather strap
- Open heart and exhibition back
- Water resistant to 3ATM
- Hour, minute and second hands
- Case dimensions 44mm W, 16mm thick
- Band dimensions 22mm W, 5mm thick
- 88 grams
- Fits wrist up to 8"
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