Taking the most characteristic features of the dive watch and putting our Stührling spin on them, the Depthmaster feels both fresh and familiar with its luminous markers and hands, screw-down crown, and 120 clicks unidirectional rotating bezel. This isn’t your father’s dive watch—it’s yours.
The Depthmaster’s 18 jewel Swiss Automatic Movement stays powered with every wear. With a 20 ATM Water Resistant rating (200 meters/660 feet), the Depthmaster is ready to follow you into the deep.
The fully adjustable bracelet on the Depthmaster features a triple row of brushed stainless steel links and is finished with a push-button deployant with safety clasp.
The watch does not work for more than a few minutes.
I’m going to preface this by saying that I own the Rolex Yacht-Master ref: 126622 that this piece is an homage to. That’s actually why I bought it- so that I could do a direct comparison between the two, especially considering the cost difference of about $15,700. Stührling did not disappoint. Is it as refined and accurate as it’s Rolex counterpart? No, but it is fairly accurate at about +6-10 seconds per day which, given the price point, is not too bad. It obviously doesn’t have the platinum bezel, which is understandable. The one major difference is the bezel is unidirectional, compared to the Rolex’s bidirectional one. But for the price, if you want a Yacht-Master but can’t afford to drop the money on one, I would absolutely recommend this watch. It is beautiful and the dial is absolutely gorgeous. The only negative I have about it is the cyclops date window as it doesn’t magnify it enough and it’s sort of placed oddly so you have to look at it just right to see the date. Otherwise it’s an excellent piece for the money.
Muy lindo todos, muy buena calidad, ya compré 4 modelos estoy muy feliz, voy por el numero 5