Stuhrling Original Men’s 395.33B11 Aquadiver Regatta Champion Professional Diver Swiss Quartz Date Black Bezel Watch

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Stuhrling Original Men’s 395.33B11 Aquadiver Regatta Champion Professional Diver Swiss Quartz Date Black Bezel Watch

  • Stainless steel round shaped case with black unidirectional ratcheting bezel and printed arabic numerals
  • Protective krysterna crystal on front
  • Water-resistant to 200 M (660 feet)
  • Stainless steel triple row link bracelet
  • Black matte finish dial with applied Luminous filled Arabic numerals and markers

Stuhrling Original’s Regatta Champion is a proud member of the Water Sports Collection. This diver style timepiece features a solid stainless steel case with a unidirectional ratcheting bezel. The dial conveys a simple elegance with large Arabic numerals, baton indices, and a matte finish that makes it easy to read, even at depths of up to 200 meters! The Regatta Champion comes equipped with a solid stainless steel bracelet.Krysterna CrystalsKrysterna is proprietary to Stührling Original

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3 thoughts on “Stuhrling Original Men’s 395.33B11 Aquadiver Regatta Champion Professional Diver Swiss Quartz Date Black Bezel Watch

  1. 20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Like this watch a lot, January 29, 2013
    By 
    H. Wilson
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    I have had a lot of watches in my lifetime, and this is my favorite. I have had the watch for 4 months now and find it easy to read in regular and low light situations. It also keeps perfect time and has a very solid feel.

    The crystal is barely above the bezel (only about the width of a piece of paper), which is too little for me to catch the crystal on something and sheer it off (Yes, I have done that with several watches). It is a concern if the crystal sticks up 1 mm or more above the bezel. I normally don’t like metal watch bands because they yank out gobs of wrist hair, leaving the skin bare under the watch band but this one hasn’t. I have never noticed this watch catching a hair (mine or others).

    I would absolutely buy this watch again and have recommended it to others.

    — Update – I found the watch was losing time and how to correct it —
    I have found that if I pull the stem half-way out turn to advance the date, it will cause the watch to start losing time. If I pull the stem all the way and set the time and date, the watch will keep the correct time. It took me until mid-February to cause the problem because I tend to ignore the date on this watch, then I let it run for two weeks to verify that it was keeping the correct time.

    So on March 1, I moved the date forward from 29 to 31 with the stem half out, then to 1 with the stem all the way out. And my watch has kept the correct time since.

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great value, February 7, 2013
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    Tom (NJ, USA) –
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    This is a good value priced watch that is a great value for a dive watch in this price range.

    The quartz movement is made by a Swiss company. It’s one of their lower end movements but is still a good quality quartz movement from a reputable Swiss manufacturer. It seems to keep pretty good time. The day after I received it I noticed it had lost 5 seconds compared to a clock that is automatically synced to NIST servers. Since then however it hasn’t lost or gained anything significant. It’s still 5 seconds off so maybe there was an issue when I set it that isn’t related to the movement.

    A couple nice features with this movement are that you can adjust the date without stopping the time and if you’re planning on not wearing the watch for an extended period of time you can reduce battery consumption by up to 70% by unscrewing the crown and pulling it out.

    There is something odd that can be noticed with the second hand. The small tick marks around the dial may be slightly off. On the right side of the dial, from the 12 to 6 o’clock positions, the second hand lines up fairly well with these markings. On the left side of the watch, from about 7 to 12 positions, the seconds hand doesn’t line up well with these markings. The second hand stops obviously between the markings and not on them. This happens when the watch is being held vertically with the 12 o’clock position pointing up and the 6 pointing down. If the watch is turned upside down the variance is reversed. If the watch is laying flat on a table both sides are fine. Gravity appears to affect this. It’s hard for me to tell if the issue is with the movement slipping a little due to gravity or if the seconds hand might be too heavy or if there is some issue with the attachment of the seconds hand to the movement. This doesn’t appear to be an issue with the minutes hand. It’s a fairly minor flaw that most people won’t notice unless they pay attention.

    The quality of the construction and materials seems very good. The case is big and heavy and the bracelet is equally nice. It was easy for me to remove links from the bracelet to size it.

    The deployment clasp is very nice. As well as having a safety it is also a push-button latch. This feature was not mentioned in the product description but it’s important to note. Maybe things have changed but in the past I recall many affordable priced watches I’ve seen did not have a push button clasp. The clasp functions well and feels very secure. I don’t worry about it accidentally unlatching.

    The screw down crown is a must for any watch that has such a high water resistance rating. It works fine but I’m not a diver and won’t be testing how deep it can go. The only time my watches really get wet is when I’m washing my hands or out in the rain.

    The rotating bezel is easy to operate and no noticeable play in it. It clicks at every half minute increment.

    The lume on the markings and hands is not all that great and the glow fades rather quickly.

    For the money, it’s a nice watch if you like the styling. I got it when the price was further reduced as a Daily Deal and I feel I got a lot for my money. Stuhrling’s MSRP for their watches is over inflated. They explain why on their website but I still feel it’s a gimmick to make the watch seem more than it is. Same goes for the big box the watch comes in. Completely unnecessary. A regular sized box would save money not only in materials but also in storage and shipping. I think a lot of people hang on to their watch boxes for various reasons, this box wastes too much space.

    This is a good quality watch in it’s price point. It’s nothing to be ashamed of and there’s no reason to try and make it out to be more than it is with a bigger MSRP and box. It cheapens the watch in my view.

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  3. 27 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Did not keep the time, November 15, 2012
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    Steven A. Turner (Saint Louis) –
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    I purchased this watch two weeks ago. It was difficult to set the time; you really have to struggle to pull out the winder knob (the crown) one stop to set the time. After setting the time, I noted with each hour it lost 17 minutes of time. Twenty-four hours later, I reset the watch and the same thing happened.

    The watch is embossed on the back claiming that it contains a Swiss quartz movement. I don’t think so. It performs like it has a Chinese fake swiss movement inside of its fictitious waterproof casing. And the fake window that is supposed to magnify the date doesn’t do anything at all, making reading the date impossible without a magnifying glass.

    Stay away–it is not up to the normal good standard of the Stuhrling brand.

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