Stuhrling is named for Max Stührling, a Swiss watchmaker who lived in the late 1880s. As a result, it should come as no surprise to learn that Stuhrling has no real connection to the man, seeing as how it is an American watch manufacturer that was founded in 1999. With that said, it is important to note that Stuhrling has managed to build up a respectable reputation for itself since that time, which has been helped by its commitment to what it calls "Swiss standards" for watch-making. As a result, there are a lot of people out there who have an understandable interest in what Stuhrling watches might be suitable for them, particularly since there is such a wide selection that can be found out there.
Here are five of the best Stuhrling watches that can be bought:Stuhrling Original Men's 395.33U16 Aquadiver Regatta
Given its name, it should come as no surprise to learn that this particular Aquadiver Regatta is intended for use by divers as well as other people who can expect to spend a fair amount of time underwater. As a result, its dial window is made out of a protective crystal that provides effective protection from water as well as a wide range of other potential contaminants. Meanwhile, its blue dial combines with its stainless steel construction to create a simple but nonetheless reliable look. Something that should come as welcome news to those who will be counting on its Swiss quartz movement to tell the time.Stuhrling Original Men’s 395.33B11 Aquadiver Regatta Watch
On a related note, people who aren't too fond of the look of the previous example might want to take a look at this particular product from the Aquadiver series. Like its counterpart, it is intended for underwater use as well, which is why it has been built to remain functional even when submerged up to 200 meters. Moreover, the markers on this particular time-piece are designed to glow, which is the sort of thing that can prove very useful in dim lighting such as what can be found under the sea. To top it off, it consists of a black dial combined with stainless steel, which is a classic combination for excellent reason.Stuhrling Original Men’s 127A.3315C2 Emperor’s Grandeur
For people who are interested in something more intricate-looking, there is the Emperor's Grandeur. However, even though it is named thus, interested individuals should not mistake its appearance for a show of ostentation. Instead, what they are seeing is the mechanism of the watch itself, which has been laid bare to satisfy the curiosity of the beholder's eye. The result is something impressive but nonetheless perfectly functional, which combines with the blue leather band to create a time-piece with real presence to it.Stuhrling Original 706.01 Aquadiver Sport Men’s Black Watch
Sometimes, people might want a sportier look for their wrists than the previous time-pieces mentioned here. When that happens, there is this Stuhrling watch, which possesses the same outstanding water resistance but matched with a rubber band. However, it is interesting to note that the rubber band is made out of a hypo-allergic material, which makes it well-suited for people with sensitive skin. As a result, this particular time-piece isn't just stylish for people with a certain set of aesthetics but also surprisingly practical under a certain set of circumstances.Stuhrling Original Men’s 699.03 Aviator Watch
With that said, it is important to note that Stuhrling isn't limited to making watches for divers and other people who spend a lot of time underwater. For proof, look no further than this Aviator watch from the American watch manufacturer, which draws inspiration from a very different source of inspiration than its counterparts who have been mentioned here. On the whole, it has a very solid and very reliable look, which instills a certain sense of belief that it will continue to be there when its wearer needs it to be. Of course, its aesthetics is by no means lacking, combining black and green to create a serious and sophisticated impression that is backed by Japanese quartz movement.
Written by Garrett Parker
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