Time Travel at the Speed of a 1935 Speed­ster?

Hot Rod Deluxe - - Roddin’ Scene -

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). Try the Stauer 1930s Dashtronic Watch for 30 days and re­ceive the Stauer Fly­boy Op­tics® Sun­glasses FREE! If you are not re­ceiv­ing com­pli­ments, please re­turn the watch for a full re­fund of the item price. 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!

True to Ma­chine Art es­thet­ics, the sleek brushed stain­less steel case is clear on the back, al­low­ing a peek at the in­ner work­ings.

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