5 Best Stuhrling Watches Reviewed & Rated
Sthurling watches is a relatively young watch company with humble beginnings. Created in 1999, this American watchmaker manufacture still has a lot to prove in the world of wristwatches and they are working feverishly to stay on top with the ‘big boys’. It is heavy competition, and the products they produce are fine examples of constant effort to be recognized and to be respected.
In due time, they will be a great company and we here at GW will help you decide if they deserve to hang out at the ‘adults table’ alongisde Tissot, ESQ, Movado, and the like.
|1.||Tourbillon Limited Edition||$$$||5/5||Buy Now|
|2.||Skeleton “Winchester Tempest II”||$$||4.5/5||Buy Now|
|3.||Original Classic Winchester||$||4.5/5||Buy Now|
|4.||Original Concorso||$||4/5||Buy Now|
|5.||Original Special Reserve Skeleton||$$||4/5||Buy Now|
While the ratings can quickly answer the question; are their watches any good? The individual, more in-depth Stuhrling watch reviews are below where we will figure out what make these watches tick (pun very much intended) and list their pros as well as the cons.
We will see why these five watches have very high ratings across the board and pinpoint why it received each individual rating. You will also notice all watches reviewed here are classic analog.
Stuhrling Tourbillon Review
Mechanical, hand-wound watches bear the unmistakable pedigree of absolute craftsmanship. This is why it is no surprise that the Stuhrling Tourbillon Limited Edition’s asking price is much higher than the other watches in the list.
While that is indeed a good enough reason why this particular watch packs a punch that the other watches simply don’t have, it has another feature that looks to outshine even its pedigree as a mechanical watch.
One of the main reasons why this Stuhrling Tourbillon review is exciting to even write about is because of the meteorite dial that each and every one of these watches contain.
Yes you read right – if you purchase this you will be wearing a dazzling rock from space write on your wrist.
Considering the point that this makes the Tourbillon Limited Edition watch unlike any other, you are probably wondering: how much do these watches by Stuhrling cost? Especially considering that Stuhrling is willing to go this far for their premium watches.
Surprisingly, as a mechanical watch the Stuhrling Tourbillon does not even come close to the asking price of some of the legendary Swiss watches out there.
As a matter of fact it is on the lower end of the spectrum of mechanical watches and for anyone who is looking to make an investment will find this piece a dream to have not only because of its features but also because of its price.
Aside from the meteorite dial and the obvious tourbillon design present in its name, it is also water-resistant to an extent. Showering or even swimming won’t do a thing to it but hobbies such as snorkeling are not recommended.
All in all, it easily achieves our highest rating of 5/5 – you would be crazy not to buy.
Stuhrling Skeleton Watch Review: Winchester Tempest II
From the shining pedigree of a mechanical watch to the bare-bones automatic design of the Tempest II; we go deep down into the price range to introduce to you a piece that might feel like less of an investment when compared to the watch above, but still an incredible timepiece in its own right.
In this Stuhrling Skeleton Review, we find out why it was given such a name and how it stands to scrutiny.
Being a kinetic automatic watch it is by no means inferior to the hand-wound craftsmanship of a mechanical watch. However, because the materials used are not as valuable, the price does drop exponentially – which many people would actually see as a good thing considering the fact that it is nowhere near the price range of the Tourbillon Limited Edition.
That being said, the design of the so-called skeleton watch is quite breathtaking. One look at the watch will show you much of its inner workings which make it a very effective accessory if you are looking to impress.
As far as the straps on Stuhrling watches go, the Winchester Tempest II is of quality make all around. The black crocodile leather strap is attractive and fits well with the watch’s design.
As a matter of fact aside from some of the problems people have with timekeeping it is very near-perfect as far as automatic watches go which is why it very clearly deserves its 4.5/5 rating.
Overall, this Winchester Tempest isn’t a faultless timepiece but it is still very much worth the price of admission.