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.