The Queen Mary was no ordinary cruise liner. Launched in 1934, she coupled the largest powertrain in history with the elegance of swimming pools, cocktail bars and a grand ballroom. Nobility and celebrities were soon making transatlantic crossings in record time until, in 1939, the Queen Mary was retooled for World War II. As the largest and fastest troopship around, she transported 16,000 soldiers at a time and helped win the war. Victory secured, the Queen Mary was returned to her former glory, providing high speed and high style on the high seas for another three decades.
Inspired by the luxury, performance and longevity of the Queen Mary, the Stauer SuperLiner Watch is no ordinary wristwatch. Like the Queen Mary, this automatic watch has an ingenious engine— you’ll never have to wind this watch or replace the battery because the impressive 19-jewel movement is powered by your own kinetic energy. With the exhibition back, you can even peer into the inner workings of the SuperLiner to see the great machine in action, and be assured that your watch is shipshape.
The SuperLiner’s classic nautical look is completed by the porthole-style lid, which adds a layer of protection and class to the stainless steel casing and enamel face, while the genuine brown leather strap is soft and supple. Be prepared to say “ahoy!” to a lifetime luxury cruise.