A confident and distinguished timepiece for the man who deserves the best!
Stuhrling Original Men's Limited Edition Mechanical Tourbillon Meteorite Alligator Strap Watch
This impressive design commences with a round high polished finish case and bezel in rose-tone stainless steel. A meteorite-accented textured push and pull crown puts control at your fingertips. Your limited edition number comes etched on the case back. Completing the refined build, an exhibition back reveals the intricate inner-workings of the ST-93301 Mechanical movement with 18 jewels.
Beneath a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, a round grey Muonionalusta meteorite dial features Roman numerals at all hour positions except 6:00. Giving you another glimpse at the mechanics, a tourbillon cage prominently sits at 6:00. Hour and minute hands deliver the time in style. Numerals and hands appear in rose-tone.
Adding another level of luxury, a handsome black genuine alligator strap tapers from 22mm to 19.5mm wide at the last hole. Fitting up to approximately an 8-3/4" wrist, the strap secures with a name etched push button dual deployment clasp. Carry confident style and compelling craftsmanship by your side with Stuhrling Original!
This timepiece is part of a limited edition out of 400.
Additional Features: Watch comes packaged in a Stuhrling Original watch box with a certificate of authenticity, an instruction manual, warranty information, and polishing cloth. .
About the Muonionalusta Meteorite Dial
Studies have shown that the Muonionalusta Meteorite may be the oldest discovered meteorite known to man, estimated to have impacted the earth about one million years ago. The Muonionalusta Meteorite was named for the Swedish municipality of Muonio, where it was initially discovered in 1906.
A tourbillon is a mechanism which attempts to optimize precision within mechanical timepieces. This device aims to equalize the effects of gravity on a watch by mounting the balance wheel and escapement inside a rotating cage. Within the cage, the escapement spins around its own axis and rotates one revolution per minute in order to compensate for position changes over 360 degrees.
Crafted originally for function, this device is now equally appreciated for its exceptional aesthetics. Modern watchmakers employ highly valued tourbillons for precision, design and superior craftsmanship in the finest of timepieces.