All measurements are approximate and may vary slightly from the listed dimensions.
Men's watch bands can be sized to fit 7.5-inch to 8.5-inch wrists.
This watch is powered by automatic movement which means the winding of the spring occurs automatically when the wearer moves his/her arm. However, it is recommended that you manually wind the watch at least once every two weeks. It is also important to adjust the time once a month as automatic movement can gain or lose a few minutes per month.
Case: 43.5mm wide x 13mm thick Strap: 23mm wide x 9in long
2 year Limited Manufacturer
stainless steel and leather
Gold Tone, Leather, Stainless Steel
Power Reserve, Skeletonized, Water Resistant
Automatic, Automatic Movement
Strap Color A
Watch Face Numeral
Water Resistance Depth
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I ordered this watch. I already own a Stuhrling Winchester skeleton I am very happy with, from another retailer, even though it runs a little fast. It's a great looking watch, and so is this Othello.
The Othello arrived, and it arrives already running because it's automatic. I noticed while setting the time, it stopped running. It's because a tiny blue screw came loose and was flopping around inside the watch. Also, and I have seen this complaint elsewhere, the faceplate is rotated by a degree or so, just enough to notice it.
I sent the watch back to Overstock.com, the return process went well, as soon as I had printed their return shipping tag (free for defective product) and shipped it via UPS, they already sent me a replacement. That part was great.
I did specify that I wanted a replacement with the face mounted correctly. The replacement they sent me is great in all respects -- except the face is rotated just enough to notice. I wonder if Overstock gets the Stuhrling Chinese-made watches that didn't come out quite right.
Well, the watch still looks cool, keeps better time than my Winchester, and I'm happy overall because the price was about 30-50% less than other well-known retail website. I guess you get what you pay for.
I heartily recommend Sturhling skeleton watches, even though they are large, they weight much less than other brands of skeleton watches, esp Relic.
When we received the watch it wouldn't tick past the 9 and there was a piece of a packing peanut sealed inside the watch. It was horrible. I wouldn't spend a dime on this watch. Needless to say we had to return it...
How did the image on site compare with the actual product? It looked a lot cheaper in person.
How accurate was the sizing? Accurate
Please tell us about the quality of the product. It was horrible.
This watch was so reasonably priced, and so "today", that this was the 2nd that I purchased for family Christmas gitts. I bought Stuhrling a year or more ago, with a quartz movement, and it is tremendous. Looks like a $500 timepiece. These are also very attractive. It will take some time for me to know about the automatic movements, and I cannot evaluate that. I'm sure it's more advance that the old "self-winding" watches from the 1960's.
How did the image on site compare with the actual product? Very good image of the watch.
How accurate was the sizing? The sizing was accurate. Note that this watch is large, and may not fit a man with small wrists.
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Stuhrling is top quality in the watches they produce. This was an automatic watch which I have not owned before, so I cannot comment on that.