Brand.. BFGoodrich Rugged Trail T/A BRAKES
11.7-inch vented disc
11.3-inch vented disc
ACCELERATION Standing 1/4-mile
Curb Weight 4,491
Advertised GVWR 5,600
EPA Estimate (city/hwy) 14/19
As Tested 13.71
Overall Length 206.75
Overall Width 83.5
Overall Height 69.5
Front/Rear Track 62/62
Front/Rear Overhang 31.5/46.75
Min. Front Ground Clearance 9.25
Time travel at the speed of a 1935 Speedster?
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
True to Machine Art esthetics, the sleek brushed stainless steel case is clear on the back, allowing a peek at the inner workings.
actual jumping complication). The stainless steel 1 1/2" case is complemented with a black alligator-embossed leather band. The band is 9 1/2" long and will fit a 7-8 1/2" diameter wrist.
Try the Stauer 1930 Dashtronic Watch for 30 days and if you are not receiving compliments, please return the watch for a full refund of the purchase 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!
Not Available in Stores
Stauer 1930s Dashtronic Watch $99 +S&H or 3 easy credit card payments of $33 +S&H
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