Stauer Eremos Regulator Watch

The Eremos watch from Stauer features a stainless steel case (42mm diameter, 12mm thick) and a leather band.  That’s where the similarity to regular watches ends.  The Eremos is a regulator watch, which is a timepiece based on the observatory clocks of the 1800s that were so precise because they separated the hour and minutes dials.  This miniature regulator has a scrolling hour display and a sun and moon dial.  The watch works are visible through the Cotswold crystal and through the exhibition back.  It’s water-resistant to 3ATM, and it fits a 6.5-8.5″ wrist.  It’s $196 at Stauer, and it will be available 9/22.

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3 comments… add one
  • Joe August 31, 2011, 12:48 pm

    quote: We don’t know when another watch like this will be available (if ever) so you’d better act quickly!
    ….Please…..It’s usually chinese movement with mineral glass replica of other design which is not a bad thing, however. Nice but you can get better one at that price…..

  • p51d007 August 31, 2011, 7:43 pm

    And my cheap-o-matic Casio Atomic watch, which dials into the WWV time signal, works just as well, keeps accurate time, and costs a heck of a lot less 😉

  • MisterP November 13, 2012, 12:39 pm

    Very cool watch…

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