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JCK 2012 – Featuring the Dreadnought Pro


Dreadnought Pro – 52mm

Stuhrling Prestige is proud to present the brand new Swiss made Dreadnought Pro, a timepiece that takes the entire collection in a bold new direction. You can’t just build a watch like this out of the blue; it takes engineering knowhow, creativity, and a dedication to perfection.

The construction of the Dreadnought Pro starts with a solid bar of 316L surgical grade stainless steel which are stamped into shape in eight separate operations with gradually increasing pressure – from 20 to 85 tons! This is just to get the general shape of the case in place. The next process heats up these cases to over two thousand degrees Farenheit, then stamped into shape by carefully calibrated machinery at over 400 tons of pressure! And to ensure quality, each finished component is assembled by hand and rigorously tested. Make no mistake about it, the Dreadnought Pro is every bit as rugged as its name!

The Dreadnought Pro is powered by a Ronda Startech 5030.D Swiss quartz chronograph movement, which includes chronograph seconds, small seconds, 30 minute counter, and 12 hour counter; we took every step to make this timepiece worthy of the Stuhrling Prestige Collection. We did not hold back on aesthetic detail either. Each of the Arabic numerals is individually hand-applied to the outer dial, while the main dial consists of 4 separate pieces. The Dreadnought Pro comes complete with a solid stainless steel triple link bracelet.

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