The evolution of the sundial has reached its peak — own the Stauer Mercator Chronograph today!
Once upon a time, the world told time by looking toward the sky. Wise men watched the position of the sun and observed the movement of shadows. That gigantic ball of gas and fire controlled every aspect of life on our planet. Of course, the sun is still important. But when it comes to time, now we look down. Thanks to machines like the Stauer Mercator Chronograph, we have become the center of our own universe.
The Stauer Mercator Chronograph is no ordinary wristwatch. The dial features a stunning contrast of gold-finished hands and numerals set against a polished metallic face with a stylized Earth at the center. A trio of black-and-white subdials provide a 24-hour clock, a minutes counter and a seconds stopwatch. You’ll find an easy-to-read date window between the 4 and 5 o’clock spot. And the inner ring showcases a complete listing of international cities representing the standard 24 time zones.
Inside, the Mercator is a miracle of modern mechanical engineering. Packed into a space slightly larger than a half-dollar coin is a sophisticated, precision movement. This movement harnesses the elemental powers of geology and electricity to accurately record the passing of every second. But even though we’ve crafted a horological wonder that renders the sun obsolete, we still appreciate the shine when we slide back our cuff to check the time.
Movement: Japanese Quartz, OS20
Case Material: Gold-finished Stainless Steel
Bezel and Case Back Material: Stainless Steel
Case Diameter: 40mm
Band Material: Genuine Brown Leather Strap
Band Width: 19mm
Crystal: Mineral Crystal
Date windowbetween 3 & 4 o’clock
Accommodates 6 ½” to 8 ½” Wrists
Water Resistant: 3ATM
Battery Type: SR927W