Stauer’s new men’s watch is a mechanical
marvel from a past that never was. It sprang from visions of the Nautilus, exploring the Seven Seas with Nemo at its helm. It came
from outer space, in a wave of hurtling
meteorites that each sprouted three long, mechanical legs, and tried to terrorize the Earth. It came from the world of 1,000,000 AD, and the steam-powered future of the dreaded Morlocks. From the mighty imaginations of Jules Verne and H. G. Wells comes our Maximus Watch. The trillion-shaped watch case is big — 48mm wide — and as sturdy as robot armor. It’s a futuristic-Victorian ideal of brass and stainless steel, with a steel band and buckle plated with antique bronze. But what’s truly exceptional about the Maximus is the unique dial. Straight out of a bygone future, the synchronizing dials work together seamlessly. No hands are necessary on the Maximus: easily-readable dials line up and show you exactly what time it is, and it even has a date window at the bottom. The reliable Swiss movement will keep accurate time to less than a second a day. And if your one-man star speeder ever has to land on water, the Maximus is water-resistant to 3 ATM. Buckle up. Our Maximus watch is a clockwork window onto a world only you imagine. Live the fantasy.