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Inspired by classic banker’s timepieces
Looking for some investment advice? Check the wrists of the sharpest folks in finance. They know that money spent on an expensive watch doesn’t compound or earn interest. If you really want to make a smart financial statement, skip the overpriced luxury logo and invest in the Stauer® Buttonwood Watch. Make it yours today and find out why it’s been called “The Smartest Watch on Wall Street.”
In 1792, investors gathered beneath a buttonwood tree to organize what would become the New York Stock Exchange. But our watch owes more than just its name to history. Its design recalls a vintage banker’s timepiece popular at the turn of the 20th century. Today, those important antiques routinely sell for thousands at auction (we found one that sold for $13,350). But with this exclusive over, the Buttonwood is making financial headlines all over again!
The Buttonwood’s honeycomb dial is set within a stainless steel case finished with rose gold and a hobnail-patterned bezel. Its onion crown and padded genuine black leather band (with white stitching) add to the classic design. Fits wrists size 6 ½”–8 ½”. When a combination of form and function like the Stauer Buttonwood comes along, it’s an insider tip worth sharing.