Watches
  • We can only find one.
    A Watch Legend for under $100!


    Eighty-seven years ago, a watchmaker in Europe famous for building clocks at Versailles created a legendary watch movement. He invented the first watch with an automatic mechanical drive. These innovative movements required no batteries and never needed to be manually wound. Only seven of these ultra-rare watches were ever made and we've only actually seen one surviving masterpiece in a watch history museum. Inspired by history, our Stauer Meisterzeit has been painstakingly handcrafted to meet the demanding standards of vintage watch collectors.

    Every interior dial has been carefully engineered to replicate the "complications" of the earliest multifunction watches. Two interior dials display day and month and are run by a perpetual calendar mechanism. The 27-ruby-jewel movement utilizes an automatic self-winding mechanism inspired by a patent from 1923. With an exhibition back, you can see into the heart of engineering and you can see the rotor spin to keep it wound-it's powered by the movement of your body.

    This limited edition Stauer Meisterzeit allows you to wear a watch far more exclusive than most new "upscale" models. Here is your chance to claim a piece of watchmaking history in a rare design that is priced to wear everyday. This offer might not reappear for another 80 years.

    Watch specs:
    • 14K gold-clad case and bezel
    • Precision 27-jeweled movement
    • Interior dials display day and month
    • Croc-embossed leather strap
    • Fits 6-3/4" to 8-1/4" wrist
    $99.00
    4.2/5 (38)
  • Watches

    Be on time every time with men's and women's watches. Introduce your little one to telling time with quality children's watches for boys and girls.

  • The Stauer Swiss-Movement Ceramic Watch!
    From the runway to 90% OFF in record time!


    Plus receive $300 in Stauer Gift Coupons with purchase of this watch! (that's $25 to use every month for 12 months, with no minimum purchase required...ever)

    White ceramic watches are the hottest designer item going today. But when I saw that genuine Swiss Movement ceramics were topping $5,000.00, I decided that drastic measures had to be taken. I knew we could do better. So I called our designers in Switzerland and offered up a challenge. I told them to take a good long look at designer ceramic watches on the market. I told them I wanted the kind of timepiece that goes for a short walk down the runway on a supermodel's wrist and then gets quickly escorted by armed guards safely back to the vault. And then I told them to deliver a Stauer timepiece that packed the same kind of "wow"... at a price with much less "ow."

    Like its exponentially more expensive cousins, our Stauer Ladies Swiss Movement Ceramic Watch is lightweight, durable and incredibly scratch-resistant. The luxurious face features easy-to-read blue and white hands, with a date window between the 4 o'clock and 5 o'clock positions. The bezel's polished stainless steel ring catches brilliant flashes of light and a sapphire crown adds the final elegant accent.

    Crafted with a legendary genuine Swiss Movement and water resistant to 3 ATMs, it's as functional as it is fashionable. Needless to say, I sent the designers a case of Veuve Cliquot champagne with a note reading, "Mission Accomplished."
    $297.00
  • Watches

    Be on time every time with men's and women's watches. Introduce your little one to telling time with quality children's watches for boys and girls.

  • No more Mr. Nice Watch

    Size matters. Just ask Demetrius, the unfortunate Greek general who was sent to conquer Rhodes in 305 BC. He figured that a massive force of 40,000 men, a fleet of Aegean pirates and an arsenal of wall-smashing war machines would be enough to crush the tiny Greek island. But the people of Rhodes were ready and they put up a bigger fight than Demetrius expected. They held the island, repelled his attack and sent the legendary "Beseiger of Cities" back to Cyprus with his tail between his legs.

    To celebrate their victory, the Rhodians constructed a huge tribute to their patron god, Helios. The monument was paid for with the abandoned wares of Demetrius' army and crafted from the melted-down metals of the enemy's armaments. The Colossus of Rhodes was a 107-foot bronze and iron giant that towered over the harbor like a ten-story trophy, warning future invaders that "Rhodes is tougher than you think."

    You communicate the same message when you strap on the Stauer Colossus. In designing the watch, my instructions were clear. Build it as tough as a battleship and fill it full of surprises. Make it a hybrid, because it should work twice as hard as a regular watch. And make it look like a million bucks. When I put it on I want to get excited about rolling up my sleeves.

    Looking at the final product, I'd say "Mission Accomplished."

    The heavy metal case features a rotating gunmetal bezel that frames the stunning analog/digital dial with markers and numerals that really pop against the bold black face. Luminous white hands and a bright yellow second hand mark analog time with a precision quartz movement and a trio of digital windows handle time as well as day, date. Secures with a unique folded stainless steel bracelet (fits a 6-3/4" to 9" wrist) that includes textured, dark-toned center links. Also has tachymeter, countdown timers & alarms.
    $49.00
    3.6/5 (13)
  • How to outsmart a millionaire

    I wasn't looking for trouble. I?sat in a cafe, sipping my espresso and enjoying the quiet. Then it got noisy. Mr. Bigshot rolled up in a roaring Ferrari, dropping attitude like his $22,000 watch made it okay for him to be rude. That's when I decided to roll up my sleeves and teach him a lesson.

    "Nice watch," I said, pointing to his and holding up mine. He nodded like we belonged to the same club. We did, but he literally paid 100 times more for his membership. Bigshot bragged about his five-figure purchase, a luxury heavyweight from the titan of high-priced timepieces. I told him that mine was the Stauer Corso, a 27-jewel automatic classic available for a low price. And just like that, the man was at a loss for words.

    Think of Stauer as the "Robin Hood of Watchmakers." We believe everyone deserves a watch of uncompromising precision, impressive performance and the most elegant styling. You'll feel the quality as soon as you put it on your wrist. This is an expertly-crafted time machine... not a cry for attention.

    Our specialty is vintage automatic movements. The Corso is driven by a self-winding design, inspired by a 1923 patent. Every second of power is generated by the movement of your body. Each timepiece takes six months and over 200 individual parts to create the complex assembly. Peer through the exhibition back to see the 27-jeweled automatic movement in action and you'll understand why we can only offer the Corso in a limited edition. The blue dial features a trio of date complications including a graphic day/night display. The Corso secures with a two-toned stainless steel bracelet and is water-resistant to 3 ATMs.

    ** Bonus Stauer Flyboy Sunglasses -- $99 Value
    $179.00
    3.1/5 (18)
  • Government Gets Something Right.

    Super Light Titanium Timepiece Loses Only One Second Every 20 Million Years.


    BOULDER, Colorado The U.S. government has engineered the most ingenious, most accurate clock in the world: the F-1 U.S. Atomic Clock in Boulder, Colorado. Our extraordinary new Stauer Titanium Atomic Watch utilizes the transmissions directly from that remarkable cesium fission atomic clock to report the most precise time. This scientifically advanced timepiece will gain or lose only one second over a 20 million-year period. It is that accurate! This perfectly tuned technological invention with the super light strength of titanium is now available for UNDER $200.

    Super Light Titanium has two big advantages over steel. One is corrosion resistance and the other is that titanium has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal, which means that titanium is approximately 45% lighter than steel. But every other titanium watch that we can find is priced at over $400, and none of those are nearly as accurate as our atomic movement. Stauer has decided to bring these resources together in a timepiece that has the most accurate movement available today. You'll never have to set this watch. Just push one of the buttons and you are synchronized with the atomic clock in Colorado, and the hands of the watch move to the exact time position. The sleek black textured dial has luminous hands and markers plus the timepiece is water resistant to 3 ATM.

    A Titanium-clad offer. This Titanium Atomic Watch exceeds the accuracy of any Swiss luxury automatic so you can be more punctual and keep most of your money in your wallet, not on your wrist. Look at your watch and we guarantee that the time is incorrect, unless you are wearing the advanced atomic technology.
    $199.00
    4.0/5 (2)
  • Time travel at the speed of a 1930s Speedster?

    The 1930s brought unprecedented innovation in machine-age technology and materials. Industrial designers from the auto industry translated the principals of aerodynamics and streamlining into everyday objects like radios and toasters. It was also a decade when an unequaled variety of watch cases and movements came into being. In lieu of hands to tell time, one such complication, called a jumping mechanism, utilized numerals on a disc viewed through a window. With its striking resemblance to the dashboard gauges and radio dials of the decade, the jump hour watch was indeed "in tune" with the times!

    The Stauer 1930s Dashtronic deftly blends the modern functionality of a 21-jewel automatic movement and 3-ATM water resistance with the distinctive, retro look of a jumping display (not an actual jumping complication).

    If you have an appreciation for classic design with precision accuracy, the 1930s Dashtronic Watch is built for you. This watch is a limited edition, so please act quickly. Our last two limited edition watches are totally sold out!
    $149.00
  • Amazing New Hybrid Runs Without Gas.

    The new face of time? Stauer's Compendium Hybrid fuses form and functionality for UNDER $50! Read on...


    Innovation is the path to the future. Stauer takes that seriously. That's why we developed the Compendium Hybrid, a stunningly-designed hybrid chronograph with over one dozen analog and digital functions that is more versatile than any watch that we have ever engineered.

    New technology usually starts out at astronomical prices and then comes down years later. We skipped that step to allow everyone the chance to experience this watch's brilliant fusion of technology and style. We originally priced the Stauer Compendium Hybrid at $395 based on the market for advanced sports watches... but then stopped ourselves. Since this is no ordinary economy, we decided to start at 88% off from day one.

    Welcome a new Digital Revolution. With the release of the dynamic new Compendium, those boxy, plastic wrist calculators of the past have been replaced by this luxurious LCD chronograph that is sophisticated enough for a formal evening out, but rugged and tough enough to feel at home in a cockpit, camping expedition or covert mission.

    The watch's extraordinary dial seamlessly blends an analog face with a stylish digital display. Three luminous hands keep time along the inner dial, while a trio of circular LCD windows track the hour, minutes and seconds. An eye-catching digital semi-circle animates in time with the second hand and shows the day of the week. The watch also features a rotating bezel, stopwatch and alarm functions and blue, electro-luminescence backlight. The Compendium Hybrid secures with a rugged stainless steel band and is water-resistant to 3 ATMs.

    Stauer Compendium Hybrid Watch
    $49.00
    5.0/5 (2)
  • 150-year-old mystery of the Lincoln Watch solved!

    High drama in Washington D.C. A screwdriver in his careful hands, wearing a pair of jeweler's goggles, master watchmaker George Thomas puts a historical mystery to rest after almost 150 years: Did a watch repairman really engrave a secret message on Abraham Lincoln's watch the day the Civil War began? Lincoln's watch has been rumored to carry a secret message, allegedly written by Jonathan Dillon. On NBC's Today Show, working with magnifying glasses and precise instruments, George Thomas, finally opened the back to reveal the underside of the watch movement.

    "The moment of truth has come," he said. "Is there or is there not an inscription?"

    George handed the watch to the great-great grandson of Jonathan Dillon to do the honors. The inscription read, "Jonathan Dillon April 13 -1861 Fort Sumpter [sic] was attacked by the rebels on the above date J Dillon April 13-1861 Washington thank God we have a government Jonth Dillon."

    The George Chatterton Watch Company today announces the release of the Lincoln Watch to bring history's mystery to life. They have painstakingly recreated the design of the dial and position of the small second hand and they have even replicated the mysterious engraving on the back of the movement. The design of the hands is especially rare. The movement employs vintage-styled manual winding with 20 jewels and the case is 14k gold plated and matches the color of the original exactly. The original has been in safe custody since 1958, but you can own your own Lincoln's watch reproduction with the secret inscription from the 19th-century. The George Chatterton Watch Company has set a strict limited edition and Stauer is the only place that you can find this piece of American history.

    George Chatterton Lincoln Pocket Watch
    $149.00
    5.0/5 (2)
  • Could this be the world's most beautiful watch?

    In its bid to shock the luxury watch world, Stauer has engineered a magnificently complex regulator to take dead aim at Rolex, Patek Philippe and Breguet

    Using one of the most complex regulator movements ever developed, Stauer has designed the stunning hand engraved Regulator Series 7 II Timepiece. By separating the large minute dial from the small hour dial, Stauer has produced a rare timepiece engineered to take on the likes of Rolex and Patek Philippe. This will be the watch that you will pass down from generation to generation.

    Why is this watch so special?

    The separate hour and minute dials of this unique watch will mesmerize you. The artisans crafted a dial that is machined into a magnificent silver-white guilloche etching. The AM/PM complication is depicted by a classic sun and moon graphic. The 22-jeweled movement oscillates at 21,600 vibrations per hour for accuracy to within seconds per day. The escapement and balance wheel are visible through the hardened crystal, while the exhibition back reveals the bronze finished automatic rotor which keeps the watch wound with a simple flick of the wrist. The black croc-embossed band, crafted from the finest Italian leather, affords an extra degree of refinement and luxury.

    It took us over three years of development to complete the Regulator Series 7, so we do expect to be out of this limited edition soon.

    Fits wrists 7"-9".
    $149.00
    5.0/5 (1)
  • Moon Lands on Man!

    Galileo Galilei relied on his knowledge of light and shadow learned as a painter to understand the movements of the heavenly orb. We relied on that same pairing of art and science to create one of our most complicated and beautiful movements yet.. for an unbelievable price! The stars have finally aligned to make the Stauer Moon Phase Watch available for a low price.

    Our Moon Phase Watch continues a centuries-old tradition of unlocking the secrets of the Moon with scientific innovation. It includes a separate window that showcases the current phase of the Moon. This beautiful addition to the face is no easy feat...Solving the mystery of Moon time. Since earthly time is measured at regular 12 month intervals, the Moon's month is at odds with our calendar. A lunar month is 29.53 days, so a Moon-phase watch needs to keep time in two totally different ways. That's why antique watch collectors are always quick to bid on this type of complex lunar movement. You'll find them among the rarest and most expensive vintage watches ever sold at auction. Not long ago, one of the most important moon-phase timepieces fetched an incredible $5.7 million!

    Our goal was to create a timepiece more accurate and affordable than its ancestors. As you can imagine, an offer this good on a watch this spectacular cannot last forever. The Moon Phase Watch boasts three different complications set in the guillocheed face: a standard monthly calendar, a day of the week indicator, and the moon phase display. Its rose gold-finished case features a hobnail-pattern bezel and a crocodile-embossed, genuine leather strap adds the final luxurious detail. Please don't wait. This kind of watch only comes around once in a blue moon.
    $99.00
    5.0/5 (1)
  • WWI Ace conquers time travel.

    In 1917, Dieudonne Costes fought head-to-head against lead-spitting enemy planes over the Balkans. Ten years later, the crack French pilot faced a different kind of challenge: navigating the pitch black skies over the South Atlantic. Behind the stick of his aircraft, he soared across the time zones from Senegal to Brazil to complete the world's first non-stop flight across the South Atlantic.

    Inspired by his record breaking feat and the world's earliest aviator timepieces, Stauer is proud to introduce the Midnight Flyboy 1916 Watch. The first multi-function wristwatches forever changed air combat, allowing pilots to time complicated maneuvers and coordinate attacks. The Midnight Flyboy features a spectacular face, set inside a case fused in rose gold. Three tachymeters and a movable bezel to measure speed and ascent and the chronograph function allows you to measure elapsed time and stop on a dime. Interior complications mark elapsed minutes and hours as well as display a 24-hour clock. The watch is water-resistant to 10 ATM, features a crocodile-embossed black leather band and fits wrists 6-3/4" to 8-1/4". And when it came to pricing this historic masterpiece, we decided to aim high and break some records of our own!

    Midnight Flyboy 1916 Watch
    $199.00
    5.0/5 (1)
  • Swiss theory of evolution

    Swiss-engineered chronographs are the choice for sportsmen and adventure-seekers alike. From auto racing to aviation, sailing to deep-sea diving, competitors count on a tough, precise timepiece to measure their performances under all kinds of conditions. A built-in 1/10th-of-a-second stopwatch, for example, enables you to keep up with your lap times, track your tack times or, even more critically if you're a SCUBA buff, measure your remaining supply of oxygen.

    Until now, the lowest price for a Swiss dive chronograph was over two grand. Well, since the difference between first and everyone else can be measured by time, we decided to set a world record of our own by offering the Stauer Swiss Dive Biosphere Chronograph for a great value, a record low for Swiss engineering. That's comparable to running a one-minute mile...pole vaulting 46 feet...winning the Indy 500 by 100 laps. In other words, it's not just a record, it's an astounding record!

    Talk about being able to take the pressure, this watch is water-resistant down to 660 feet or 20 atmospheres, a feat facilitated by a hardened sapphire crystal and screw-down back. The rotating bezel allows you to track time in two ways. The luminous hands and number markers afford clearer visibility in low-light surroundings--whether underwater or in a dim cockpit. Then again, given the Swiss Dive's elegant gold-on-midnight palette and two-tone stainless link bracelet, it might well be a romantic restaurant.
    $375.00
    5.0/5 (1)
  • Rock around the clock tonight.

    Standing in front of the guitar shop window was the greatest thrill and the worst kind of torture. As a kid, I never had the money to shell out for a mint condition Gibson, Rickenbacker or Les Paul.

    After playing for what seemed like an eternity on dinged-up secondhanders, I finally got my first Fender Stratocaster. It was worth the wait. I slid it over my shoulder, plugged in and cranked out my best version of "Pipeline." The guitar looked and felt like a masterpiece. That's the thing about a classic guitar, the work of art is the piece you play...and the piece itself.

    It's no wonder then that this remarkable Stauer Guitar Watch instantly plucked at my heartstrings. One look at it's voluptuous body brought me right back to the glory days of rock-and-roll. The unique shape immediately brings to mind those round-bottomed bodies of vintage electric guitars. The same classics strummed by Bill Haley, Buddy Holly and true guitar gods like Jimi, Eric and Keith.

    The eye-catching, ivory face features blue Roman numerals on the left of the dial and bold Arabic numbers on the right. Blued, Breguet-style hands keep time while additional complications mark the day, date and month. A date window sits at the 3 o'clock position. Inside, the 27-sapphire-jewel movement utilizes an automatic self-winding mechanism that never needs batteries. The Stauer Guitar Watch secures with a genuine black leather band and is water-resistant to 3 ATMs.

    A quick word of caution -- I've been wearing the guitar watch for weeks and it has significant side effects. "Chuck Berry's Greatest Hits" has been stuck in my car stereo. I find myself humming Bo Diddley during conference calls and once in a while I take a slow ride past the guitar shop on my way home.

    Stauer Stainless Steel Guitar Watch
    $179.00
    5.0/5 (1)
  • Extend the life of your watches and keep them organized in style.

    It's 10pm, do you know where your watches are? The answer is simple when you keep your finest timepieces safe and secure inside the Stauer Luxury Watch Case. Extend the life of your watches by preventing nicks, scratches and scuffs. Proper storage also reduces exposure to harmful dust and dirt which can damage the delicate mechanics of complicated timepieces. Organization also means that you'll never have to go hunting for your favorite watch again! Each Luxury Watch Case protects your collection with a plush micro-fiber lining and individual watch pillows. The pillows keep your watch in perfect shape and holds each unique case firmly in its place. The handsome black design fastens shut with a gold-toned snap latch. This classic 8-watch case also features two smaller compartments for holding rings and other jewelry.

    Measures 12"L x 8"W x 4-1/2"H.
    $199.00
    5.0/5 (1)
  • Time travel at the speed of a 1930's Speedster?
    Truly Unique


    The 1930s brought unprecedented innovation in machine-age technology and materials. Industrial designers from the auto industry translated the principals of aerodynamics and streamlining into everyday objects like radios and toasters. It was also a decade when an unequaled variety of watch cases and movements came into being. In lieu of hands to tell time, one such complication, called a jumping mechanism, utilized numerals on a disc viewed through a window. With its striking resemblance to the dashboard gauges and radio dials of the decade, the jump hour watch was indeed "in tune" with the times!

    The Stauer 1930s Dashtronic deftly blends the modern functionality of a 21-jewel automatic movement and 3-ATM water resistance with the distinctive, retro look of a jumping display (not an actual jumping complication). The stainless steel 1-1/2" case is complemented with a black alligator-embossed leather band. The band is 9-1/2" long and will fit a 7-8 1/2" diameter wrist.

    If you have an appreciation for classic design with precision accuracy, the 1930s Dashtronic Watch is built for you. This watch is a limited edition, so please act quickly. Our last two limited edition watches are totally sold out!
    $149.00
    3.9/5 (8)
  • Watch legend comes back in black.

    In 1770 a Swiss watchmaker created a legendary movement. He built the first watch with an automatic mechanical drive. The innovative movement required no batteries and never needed to be manually wound. His invention changed the face of time forever. More 150 years later, someone did it again. Now it's our turn.

    It could be said that the Stauer Midnight Meisterzeit was born on the battlefields of Europe. During the fierce combat of World War I, a British serviceman and watchmaker had a revelation. He found that opening a watchcase to manually wind it left the delicate mechanics vulnerable to dust and moisture. After the war, he developed the very first self-winding, self-contained wristwatch. Building on the historic designs of a Swiss genius, he transformed the way the world kept time.

    Our Midnight Meisterzeit has been painstakingly handcrafted to meet the demanding standards of vintage watch collectors. We engineered this classic with millions worth of precise, Swiss-built machinery. Every interior dial has been carefully engineered to replicate the "complications" of the earliest multifunction watches. Interior dials display day and month and a date window sits at the 6 o'clock position. The 27-ruby-jewel movement utilizes a self-winding mechanism inspired by the British soldier's 1923 patent.

    With an exhibition back, you can see into the heart of the engineering and watch the rotor spin to keep it wound--it's powered by the movement of your body. The watch secures with a genuine leather strap and is water-resistant to 3 ATMs.

    Watch specs:
    • 27-jeweled Vertex automatic movement
    • Exhibition back
    • Genuine black leather band fits wrists 7-1/4" to 9-1/8"


    Stauer Midnight Meisterzeit Timepiece
    $99.00
    3.8/5 (11)
  • The art of the machine

    See what makes us tick with the Stauer Machina Skeleton Watch for under $200

    Let's start with the man who couldn't keep a secret. In 1760, a Paris watchmaker wanted more attention for his small workshop. According to the legend, he removed the face and plates to reveal the inner workings and delicate skeleton of his 18th century time machines. A fascinated public flocked to his door and the skeleton watch was born.

    We liked his idea enough to bring it back in a time machine. Feast your eyes on the Stauer Machina. We removed the hood. Tore down the curtains. And put everything out in the open. What you are left with is the beating heart of time itself.

    The Stauer Machina pumps the energy of the coiled spring through springs and gears and a handful of impossibly tiny parts. Flywheels barely thicker than an eyelash. Screws dwarfed by a grain of rice. They work together effortlessly. An experienced orchestra making music with gleaming golden hardware and 17 glistening jewels. Dozens of moving parts counting the seconds and counting on each other. When you glance down at the Stauer Machina, you don't just check the time, you watch it being made.

    Every masterpiece deserves a fitting frame. The square gold-toned stainless steel case of the Machina frames the watchworks between panels of wafer-thin crystal. Ornate scrolled details in each corner add a touch of artistry. And a genuine brown leather band accents the golden glint of the metal-work perfectly. Fits wrists 6-3/4" - 8-1/4".

    At what point does a watch become a work of art? When does a magnificent machine become a sculpture? If you look at the Stauer Machina, you'll realize it's just about...now.

    Stauer Machina Watch
    $196.00
    3.0/5 (2)
  • Stauer 1944 Ritorno Watch.

    We found our most important watch in a soldier's pocket

    It's the summer of 1944 and a weathered U.S. sergeant is walking in Rome only days after the Allied Liberation. There is a joyous mood in the streets and the tough soldier wants to remember this day. He's only weeks away from returning home. He finds an interesting timepiece in a store just off the Via Veneto and he decides to splurge a little on this memento.

    He loved the way it felt in his hand, and the complex movement inside the case intrigued him. He fit a picture of his wife and new daughter in the hunter's back that opened to a secret compartment. He wrote home that now he could count the hours until he returned to the States. This watch went on to survive some harrowing flights in a B-24 bomber and somehow made it back to the U.S.

    Besides the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star, my father cherished this watch because it was a reminder of the best part of the war for any soldier... the homecoming. He nicknamed the watch Ritorno for homecoming, and the rare heirloom is now valued at $42,000 according to The Complete Guide to Watches. But to our family, it is just a reminder that nothing is more beautiful than the smile of a healthy returning GI.

    We wanted to bring this piece of personal history back to life in a faithful reproduction of the original design. We've used a 27-jeweled movement reminiscent of the best watches of the 1940s and we built it with $26 million worth of Swiss machinery. The movement displays the day and date on the antique face and the sweep second hand lets any watch expert know that it has a fine automatic movement, not a mass-produced quartz movement.

    We hope it will remind you to take time to remember what is truly valuable.
    $179.00
  • This Silver Lady can still turn heads.

    Back in 1921, America's first baseball game was broadcast on the radio. Valentino wooed audiences as "The Sheik" on the big screen. A scruffy scientist named Einstein won the Nobel Prize in Physics. And if you slipped into a speakeasy, it's likely you slapped a Morgan Silver Dollar onto the bar to pay for that forbidden nip of whiskey.

    One of the most widely desired of all U.S. coins, the Morgan Silver Dollar has become a legend. It's easy to see why-the largest silver currency ever to circulate in the United States, Morgan dollars are 90% silver. Now, the master watchmakers at Stauer have combined this beloved coin with legendary Swiss movement to create a remarkable timepiece.

    The Morgan Silver Dollar Watch features a genuine Morgan silver dollar as its face, set inside a gold-fused, coin-edged case. Master engraver George Morgan's radiant profile of Lady Liberty provides a striking backdrop for the blued, Breguet-style hands. Etched Roman numerals along the edge of the dial and a sapphire crown add the final elegant touches. The Morgan Watch fastens with a brown, crocodile-grain leather strap and gold-fused buckle. Don't miss this chance to secure your own limited-edition masterpiece!
    $249.00
  • I'll take mine black...no sugar.

    In the early 1930's watch manufacturers took a clue from Henry Ford's favorite quote concerning his automobiles, "You can have any color as long as it is black." Black dialed watches became the rage especially with pilots and race drivers. Of course, since the black dial went well with a black tuxedo, the adventurer's black dial watch easily moved from the airplane hangar to dancing at the nightclub.

    Now, Stauer brings back the "Noire" a design based on an elegant timepiece built in 1936. Black dialed, complex automatics from the 1930's have recently hit new heights at auction. One was sold for in excess of $600,000. We thought that you might like to have an affordable version that will be much more accurate than the original.

    Not only are the dial, hands and face vintage, but we used a 27-jeweled automatic movement. This is the kind of engineering desired by fine watch collectors worldwide. But since we design this classic movement on state of the art computer-controlled Swiss built machines, the accuracy is excellent. Three interior complications display day, month and date. The crocodile embossed leather band is adjustable from 6-1/2" to 9" fitting almost any wrist. And the screw-down crown keeps the watch water resistant to 5 ATMs.

    We have priced the luxurious Stauer Noire to keep you in the black... so slip into the back of your black limousine, savor some rich tasting black coffee and look at your wrist knowing that you have some great time on your hands.
    $199.00
  • Amazing New Hybrid Runs Without Gas.

    Innovation is the path to the future. Stauer takes that seriously. That's why we developed the Compendium Titanium Hybrid, a stunningly-designed hybrid chronograph with over one dozen analog and digital functions that is more versatile than any watch that we have ever engineered.

    New technology usually starts out at astronomical prices and then comes down years later. We skipped that step to allow everyone the chance to experience this watch's brilliant fusion of technology and style. We originally priced the Stauer Compendium Titanium Hybrid at $595 based on the market for advanced sports watches... but then stopped ourselves. Since this is no ordinary economy, we decided to start at 83% off from day one.

    With the release of the dynamic new Compendium, those boxy, plastic wrist calculators of the past have been replaced by this luxurious LCD chronograph that is sophisticated enough for a formal evening out, but rugged and tough enough to feel at home in a cockpit, camping expedition or covert mission.

    The watch's extraordinary dial seamlessly blends an analog watch face with a stylish digital display. Three super-bright luminous hands keep time along the inner dial, while a trio of circular LCD windows track the hour, minutes and seconds. An eye-catching digital semi-circle animates in time with the second hand and shows the day of the week. The watch also features a rotating bezel, stopwatch and alarm functions and blue, electro-luminescence backlight. The Compendium Titanium Hybrid secures with a rugged Titanium band and is water-resistant to 3 ATMs.

    Guaranteed to change the way you look at time.
    $147.00
  • I'll take mine black...no sugar.

    "As a professional restorer of antique and classic watches for major museums, I recently reviewed the movement and individual parts of the Stauer Noire watch. The assembly and the precision of the mechanical movement are excellent."-George Thomas - Towson Watch Company

    In the early 1930s, watch manufacturers took a clue from Henry Ford's favorite quote concerning his automobiles, "You can have any color as long as it is black." Black dialed watches became the rage especially with pilots and race drivers. Of course, since the multi-functional black dial watch went well with a black tuxedo, this adventurer's timepiece easily moved from the airplane hangar to dancing at the nightclub. Now, Stauer brings back the "Noire" a design based on an elegant timepiece built in 1936. The rare, black-dialed, complex automatics from the 1930s have recently hit new heights at auction. One was sold for in excess of $600,000. We thought that you might like to have an affordable version that will be much more accurate than the original.

    Basic black with a twist.

    Not only are the dial, hands and face vintage, but we used a 27-jeweled automatic movement. This is the kind of engineering desired by fine watch collectors worldwide. But since we design this classic movement on state of the art, computer-controlled Swiss built machines, the accuracy is excellent. Our Accuracy Standard is an astounding 99.94%. Three interior dials display day, month and date. The screw-down crown keeps the watch water resistant to 5 atms. We have priced the luxurious Stauer Noire to keep you in the black. So slip into the back of your black limousine, savor some rich tasting black coffee and look at your wrist knowing that you have some great time on your hands.
    $199.00
  • Life Gets Better After Midnight

    So many of things that we celebrate in public happen during the day but plenty of celebrations that go unwritten happen when the sun goes down, the sky turns to deepest blue and the stars from solar systems far far away give us a little wink and a sparkle. That's when you can celebrate privately; just don't tell anybody.

    You don't get to see that sky when you are in the big city. There is too much ambient light. That is why you need to take a trip to the mountains, the seashore or a quiet country inn to really appreciate the night blue sky the way it was meant to be seen. I saw this sky the proper way while looking over Lake Lugano in the Swiss Alps. What a sky and what a celebration...but I promised not to talk about that.

    It took the designers in Switzerland so many tries to get the look of this timepiece just right. If your favorite color is blue, here is your chance to see blue in a whole new way.

    I guess the Swiss have a certain way with heavenly blue and Stauer has a certain way of keeping prices down to earth-A piece of my blue heaven, all Swiss made for under $200. Thank your lucky stars.
    • Swiss made
    • Easy-to-read date window
    • Genuine leather strap
    • Fits wrists 6-3/4" - 8-1/2"


    Stauer Minuit Swiss-Made Timepiece
    $199.00
  • Rock around the clock tonight.

    Standing in front of the guitar shop window was the greatest thrill and the worst kind of torture. As a kid, I never had the money to shell out for a mint condition Gibson, Rickenbacker or Les Paul. But they were right there in front of me, lined up like lacquered, mahogany and maple trophies. I could stare for hours at the smooth curves, long necks and the occasional flourish of mother-of-pearl. But I was stuck admiring them from outside, through glass like some kind of museum display.

    After playing for what seemed like an eternity on dinged-up secondhanders, I finally got my first Fender Stratocaster. It was worth the wait. I slid it over my shoulder, plugged in and cranked out my best version of "Pipeline." The guitar looked and felt like a masterpiece. That's the thing about a classic guitar, the work of art is the piece you play...and the piece itself.

    It's no wonder then that this remarkable Stauer Guitar Watch instantly plucked at my heartstrings. One look at its voluptuous gold-fused body brought me right back to the glory days of rock-and-roll. The unique shape immediately brings to mind those round-bottomed bodies of vintage electric guitars. The same classics strummed by Bill Haley, Buddy Holly and true guitar gods like Jimi, Eric and Keith.

    The eye-catching, ivory face features blue Roman numerals on the left of the dial and bold Arabic numbers on the right. Blued, Breguet-style hands keep time while additional complications mark the day, date and month. Inside, the 27-Jewel movement utilizes an automatic self-winding mechanism that never needs batteries. The watch secures with a genuine black leather band and is water-resistant to 3 ATMs.
    $179.00
  • The Six Million Dollar Timepiece?

    DiamondAura has been one of our most ingenious creations at Stauer. The fantastic alternative to diamonds has become the choice of well over 100,000 of our clients. We have spent $6,000,000 creating DiamondAura. Heated and pressurized to almost 5000 degrees, the laboratory has created jewels that are simply stunning. Until recently, this incredible scientific stone was only available in our exclusive jewelry designs. But now it's time for something new.

    The DiamondAura Brillante Timepiece. With 1 carat of scientifically-created stones with more fire than mined diamonds and a super hard construction that will even cut glass, it's time to wear DiamondAura in the sleekest-designed timepiece of the year. Sometimes, you need an extra little sparkle to brighten up your world-just as long as it doesn't cost too much! That's why, not satisfied by great design and the advances in stone science, we have made this the best value in a woman's watch that you will find. With day/date functionality and chronograph functions including a one-second stopwatch, this lovely bracelet layered in 18K gold will catch your eye with every twist of the wrist. Even the butterfly clasp is the kind used on watches that can cost 10 times as much! And we promise that this bracelet is so soft that it will literally feel like butter on the skin. It's time to celebrate with a little flash of brilliance.

    Fits wrists up to 8".

    Stauer Ladies DiamondAura Brilliante Timepiece
    $196.00
  • Time to smell the roses.

    2 carat DiamondAura Timepiece

    It sounds odd, but I never have any spare time when I visit Geneva. Between the business meetings, factory tours and more meetings, there's barely time for me to breathe. If I want a break, I have to steal it. So during my last trip, I made a run for it after lunch. I turned the ringer off on my cell phone. And then I went for a stroll along the lake to clear my head and forget about work. But a stroll through the birthplace of the Swiss watch industry is a terrible place to try and forget about work. The cool breeze off Lake Geneva and the lush greenery of the Jardin Anglais (English Garden) were relaxing. But then I saw the Flower Clock. Planted in 1955, the working public clock has a breathtaking dial composed of more than 6,000 blooms, arranged in an elaborate design of eight concentric circles. Inspiration never sleeps.

    Obviously fresh flowers wouldn't last a minute on the wrist, so I decided to replace the gladiolas with gemstones. I borrowed the brilliant bouquet look for our Jardin Watch, which features a rose gold-fused oval case studded with 2 ctw twinkling, lab-created DiamondAura. The elongated mother-of-pearl face shimmers with iridescent color and features oversized Roman numeral indices at 12 and 6 o'clock. While the Geneva Floral Clock features the world's largest second hand (over 8 feet long), it seemed more practical to fit the Jardin with a trio of much shorter blued hands. A genuine sapphire crown and the rich burgundy leather strap add the final touches of luxury. The final result is a unusually beautiful timepiece that keeps you on schedule while reminding you that it's okay to stop and smell the roses once in a while.

    Fits 6" to 7-1/4" Wrists.
    $149.00
  • The light of the silvery moon.

    We shut off the lights and snuffed the candles at midnight. Our island villa was completely dark until the full moon slipped out from behind the clouds. Suddenly it felt like a late-night sunrise, all soft white glow and hazy shadows. And I remember her sterling watch sparkled like never before. Every polished edge glittered to life, the reflected light twinkled in her eyes and we decided to open another bottle of wine. Sleep could wait until tomorrow.

    For thousands of years, the shine of silver has been connected to the luminous light of the moon. You can trace the connection back through the ancient art of alchemy, when the Seven Noble Metals were first linked with their corresponding heavenly bodies. Gold symbolized the radiant warmth and fire of the sun, but nothing captured the dreamy cool of the moon like silver. The legendary metal became the element of imagination and inspiration.

    This inspired us to create the Stauer Sterling Silver Ingot Watch. This classic timepiece features a high polished rectangular case that frames a mirror dial with an authentic .925 sterling silver ingot face. Genuine Austrian crystals add a touch of elegance by marking the 3, 6, and 9 o'clock positions. The top of the ingot is etched with the eye-catching Stauer compass design and the inscription verifies it as fine .925 sterling silver. Inside, the watch movement is a precision Swiss quartz with a sweeping second hand.

    The flexible high polished bracelet with safety fold-over clasp is water-resistant to 3 ATMs. Looks fabulous all day long... but even better after dark!

    6-1/2" to 8" with adjustable lengths.
    $179.00
  • The Stauer Swiss-Movement Ceramic Watch!
    From the runway to 90% OFF in record time!


    Plus receive $300 in Stauer Gift Coupons with purchase of this watch! (that's $25 to use every month for 12 months, with no minimum purchase required...ever)

    White ceramic watches are the hottest designer item going today. But when I saw that genuine Swiss Movement ceramics were topping $5,000.00, I decided that drastic measures had to be taken. I knew we could do better. So I called our designers in Switzerland and offered up a challenge. I told them to take a good long look at designer ceramic watches on the market. I told them I wanted the kind of timepiece that goes for a short walk down the runway on a supermodel's wrist and then gets quickly escorted by armed guards safely back to the vault. And then I told them to deliver a Stauer timepiece that packed the same kind of "wow"... at a price with much less "ow."

    Like its exponentially more expensive cousins, our Stauer Ladies Gold-fused Swiss Movement Ceramic Watch is lightweight, durable and incredibly scratch-resistant. The luxurious face features easy-to-read white hands, with a date window between the 4 o'clock and 5 o'clock positions. The bezel's polished rose-gold fused ring catches brilliant flashes of light and the crown adds the final elegant accent.

    Crafted with a legendary genuine Swiss Movement and water resistant to 3 ATMs, it's as functional as it is fashionable. Needless to say, I sent the designers a case of Veuve Cliquot champagne with a note reading, "Mission Accomplished."
    $396.00
  • The first grandfather clock that fits in your pocket.

    In 1876 Henry Clay Work wrote a famous song about a clock his grandfather owned that ran for as long as the man lived, some 90 years. It's from that song "grandfather" clocks got their name. We can only hope that our Stauer Grandfather Pocket Watch will stick around that long, but if nothing else, maybe it will help you keep that cell phone in your pocket the next time someone asks for the time. In our opinion, those cold digital displays just can't compete with the classic refinement of this watch's elegant gold-toned case and beautifully embossed white dial.

    Who wouldn't rather show off the stylish details of the sun/moon dial window and 24-hour indicator? Just like Henry's grandfather's clock, this watch is kept running with old-fashioned manual winding. And the escapement and balance wheel are visible through the hardened crystal, showing off the timeless craftsmanship that results in perfect time and performance. Just because something can fit in your pocket doesn't mean it has to stay there.

    Comes complete with a classic 14" pocket watch chain.
    $149.00
  • American military secret for sale.

    Honestly, we weren't shopping for top-secret military hardware. But the phone call sounded promising. Our mystery man wanted to meet immediately. He was leaving the country in four hours; there was no telling if he would be coming back. It was now or never. So we agreed on a swap.

    We didn't meet in an underground parking garage. There was nothing cloak and dagger about it. We did our business in broad daylight. Out in the open for the whole world to see. Two men. One watch. And a firm handshake to seal the deal. Do I regret what we did? Not for one second.Once you get a closer look at the Stauer Recon Tritium Watch, you'll understand why. Inspired by the same watches used by the country's most elite fighting forces, the tough-as-nails Stauer Recon is a revelation in black and white. It's powered by a precision Swiss quartz movement and lit by the modern miracle of GTLS technology. Originally designed in Switzerland, GTLS (gaseous tritium light source) technology was almost exclusively used in advanced U.S. military equipment and watches for years, making it almost impossible to find for civilian use. Only Stauer can bring you a tritium watch for this price without compromising a millimeter on the integrity of the timepiece.

    The easy-to-read, white-on-black dial also features military time, a date window at the 3 o'clock position and a rotating bezel (with a light source at the 12 o'clock spot). The lightweight polycarbonate case (a nearly unbreakable acrylic used in bulletproof glass) secures with a textured, black rubber band and is water-resistant to 10 ATMs. Stylish in the daylight. Always lit in utter darkness. The best kept secret of military timekeeping is out!

    Fits wrists 7-1/4" to 9-1/4".
    $297.00