Stuckx “The Bull” Chronograph Prototype Review
Find the Stuckx “The Bull” on KickStarter HERE
Its not often we get prototypes in for review, but this time we are fortunate to show you the Stuckx Bullhead Chronograph with the Mecha-Quartz movement.
Stephan Trimbos, of Stuckx watches, is a great guy and he started his company out of the passion he has for watches and wanted to enter the market with some models that have not been done before, namely the Stuckx Bull Chrono, and another model coming soon, the Rock. Stephen and I have had a good relationship over the years, and I felt that the prototype here was a pretty good representation of what the finished product would like, and I wanted to do a video that would give viewers a good look at it and my thoughts and comments on it, when he goes live with his Kickstarter Campaign.
While I mention it in the video, the Stuckx Bull will come in 3 different configurations, the 2 eye VK Mecha-Quartz chrono that I have in hand, a 3-eye chrono using the same movement as the 2-eye and an automatic version using the Seiko NE-88 chronograph movement.
Stuckx Bullhead Chronograph Specifications: (2 eye Mecha-Quartz)
- 42mm stainless steel case, Bullhead design
- 13mm thickness
- 44m lug to lug
- 22mm lug width
- Sapphire crystal
- 120 click unidirectional bezel
- Ceramic bezel insert
- VK Seiko Mecha-Quartz movement
- German made soft leather strap
- 200 meters water resistant
- 24-month international warranty
Early bird prices on Kickstarter will go for roughly $275 USD for both the quartz chronos and $765 USD for the automatic chrono version. Check out the Stuckx KickStarter profile HERE
Please watch the video below for my preview of the Stuckx Bull Chrono, and WatchReport will have a follow up review with the production model when they are completed.