Lots of threads on Stuhrling. If you want a little reading material....try the "Search" function on the upper portion of the WUS webpage.
I am sure you will get some other responses here....but looks like there are about 100 threads on Stuhrling watches in the database.
My personal take....stay with their quartz pieces. Nice cases, nice dials, some nice straps, and generally decent build. Just sort of not a big fan of their chinese auto. Some folks like em and they did change from the Lexus auto to the TY which is ....Seagull? Folks over on the chinese watch forum could give you details on the newer auto Stuhrling is using now.
I just bought a Stuhrling Cuvette automatic 16K gold watch from overstock last week for $150 (on sale). It is a very fine looking watch. The face is subtle but striking and the watch has a refined classic look. In fact, it looks much better than the original purpose I bought it for; to fill in the gap for my more moderately priced quartz watches while the batteries were being replaced. I replace the batteries all at once because its cheaper this way. I went without a watch for two months recently for this reason (lazy me). Anyway, Stuhrling watches have a Hangzhou movement as best I can tell. I have been testing mine since I got it (last Friday) and it seems too lose 6 seconds or less when the spring gets near being completely unwound. I am actually thinking about getting a much cheaper Parnis windup watch, since it is more in line with my original purpose for even considering a mechanical watch and all other watches for this purpose; show me the approximate time with as little hassle as possible and nothing else matters. Simple is good.
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