I looked at over 50 different watches before selecting the Casio Edifice. I'm very happy with the quality of the watch and it is very comfortable. The presentation is spot on and the dial is easy to read. I recommend this watch to anyone wanting a sporty stylish time piece at an affordable price.
This is my second Stuhrling Original Men's watch. The Atlantis is a very nice watch. If you like larger watches with bigger dials then this watch is definitely for you. There are mixed opinions about the true quality of these watches. Some people say that they fall apart. By that they mean that the black bezel comes loose and pups off the watch face. I am not sure. It never happened to me with any of my watch with rotating bezels. And the once that did come off, they did because they were interchangeable. So I have no opinion either way, mine is functioning very well. It is water resistant to 200 meters. I have tested it by submerging it into a sink full of water and left it there overnight. It worked fine next day. What I am trying to say is this: Most people will never go underwater 200 meters. To me when I purchased this watch what mattered was to have a watch that resists water and does not fog up in the morning at the end of the night shift. It does that very well. And it resist the amount of water that probably I'' ever subject it to. Now could it be better? The glass does sink in at 1:00 'o clock. The glass there dips below the bezel. Everywhere else it is above. It has not represented any problems so far. And if it would I am pretty confident that Stuhrling would take care of it. Get one and put black robber band on it with a clasp. It looks Fantastic ! Good Luck.
I collect watches, both high end and low end. For the price point, this is an OK watch. It is quartz, so it should keep good time. And the face is big, but most of it is taken up by the diver time bezel, that most people who wear this in a pool or swimming in the ocean do not need. So the face is small, about 35mm. And then there is the chronograph dials. They seem to show the proper time, but they are so darned small that even with my reading glasses, they are hard to read. Probably Millennials have better eye sight than this 50 year old guy. But the time bezel clacks away like an old worn out Craftsman ratchet wrench. Not at all smooth. And there is so much play in the time bezel, that you know if you wear it in the ocean or bay, its going to get crudded up with sand and salt deposits. Not even close to medium grade diver watches. The actual quartz time piece inside is a base model that is used by most Korean and Chinese "Fashion Watch" makers like to brag about long Swiss history that does not actually exist. They often buy the names of long out of business Swiss names and claim their legacy. The bracelet is nice and heavy, and it has a really great clasp so it will never fall off even surfing or just wave diving. So & Co models their watches after Rolex, and combines features to make a new line. Make no mistake, this is strictly a fashion watch, and nothing more. I wear mine only at the ocean to spare my good watches the trauma of salt water. Make no mistake, you get what you pay for.
This timepiece combines long standing tradition with modern look and cool features. This watch tics (!!) because it is mechanical, and its back - a see-through glass - offers a glimpse to its inner-workings. Its face has just enough detail to give it character and yet keep it understated and elegant. The automatic movement and water resistance to 200 meters make this watch highly utilitarian. My least favorite component is the bracelet and clasp, which give an impression that they left the shop before the watchmaker was finished brushing them and checking their adjustment. Also, right after I purchased this watch, I found it elsewhere for over $*** less.
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