The rarest of the rare?
A watch collector's dream
Take a good look. If you don't, you might miss this extraordinary watch forever. Designed using one of the most complex movements of all time, the Stauer Eremos is a regulator timepiece the likes of which you might never see again. That is, unless you decide to put one on your wrist.
Let's get to the heart of the matter. This is one of the only watches on the market today based on the highly-sought-after observatory clocks of the 1800s which became amazingly precise by separating the hour and minute dials on the face. Stauer took a cue from those incredible machines and engineered what is essentially a miniaturized regulator. Other watch companies don't even attempt to make regulators. But it was a challenge we were happy to face to get results this attractive. Still, due to the complexity of the movement, we can't be sure how many we will produce...
We didn't stop there. Not only is the Eremos an astonishing 20-jewel automatic regulator with a separate minute dial and a unique scrolling hour display, it's also an open heart watch, revealing its ticker through a window in the elegant guilloche face. The balance wheel and escapement can be seen under the Cotswold crystal and exhibition back. It's water resistant to 3 ATM, a classic sun and moon indicator moves smoothly below the hour markers, and the case is crafted in gleaming silver-toned stainless steel. A genuine black leather band adds the final touch of class. We don't know when another watch like this will be available (if ever) so you'd better act quickly!
Fits wrists 6-1/2" to 8-1/2".