Buy a watch with the simplest of instructions, and you might have a very good one.
And that’s exactly what Stauer did with the first-ever automatic wristwatch, a watch that has been in development for over a decade and was first released in 2009.
Stauer was inspired by the timepieces of its namesake company, the Swiss watchmaker which was founded in 1886 and is now owned by another of its parent companies, Jaeger-LeCoultre.
The Jaeger LeCoultres watches are a classic example of luxury and craftsmanship, and are the best-selling brand in the world, having sold more than 20 million watches worldwide over the past decade.
So when Jaeger released a watch in 2010 that was powered by a self-heating process that would keep the case at its highest temperature and produce a watch of exceptional quality, it made Stauer an instant star.
But what makes Stauer’s watch stand out is that it is built from the ground up to be very cheap to make.
That’s because it has been designed with a simple and straightforward mechanism that allows the watch to be assembled without the use of tools or any assembly required.
That simplicity has made Stuerer one of the first watchmakers to embrace automated assembly, which has made it a popular choice for both watchmakers and hobbyists.
Here’s what it takes to build a watch like the Stueller automatic: