Stauer Baseball Hall Of Fame Coin Watch

  • Movement: Swiss Ronda 763
  • Case Material: Gold-finished Stainless Steel
  • CaseBack: Stainless Steel
  • Case Diameter: 40mm
  • Case Thickness: 10mm
  • Genuine 2014National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin
  • Band Material: Genuine BrownLeather Strap
  • Clasp: Buckle
  • Band Width: 20mm
  • Crystal: Mineral Crystal
  • Fits wrists 7” to 8 ¾”
  • Water Resistant: 3ATM
  • Battery Type: 364


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Sku: 28576

A home run for your wristSwiss Movement teams up with an official Baseball Hall of Fame 75th anniversary coin!

A play at the plate. A steal at second. A dog and a beer. Everybody remembers their first game of catch with Dad. And, who can forget the “shot heard ‘round the world” when Bobby Thompson of the New York Giants launched a three run home run to cap one of the greatest comebacks in professional sports history.

There’s a reason baseball is called the great American pastime. From the little leaguer with the oversize glove to golden gloves record holder Willie Mays, baseball is more than a game, it’s an iconic national treasure.

What better way to celebrate America’s love affair with baseball than with a timepiece rich in character and lore itself. Our Baseball Hall of Fame Coin Watch honors all things Cooperstown.

An official U.S. Mint Baseball Hall of Fame 75th anniversary coin featuring a curved, concave shape is perfectly poised to catch time. The coin is enclosed in a gold-finished stainless steel case and bezel, with a genuine leather strap for a piece of baseball history right on your wrist.

We’ve also gone beyond the salary cap and added a luxury player to our Baseball Hall of Fame Coin Watch: a genuine Swiss movement, coupling America’s pastime with Switzerland’s specialty to produce a baseball fan’s perfect time-keeping machine. And thanks to our own version of Sabermetrics, we’re able to offer this sought after, limited edition watch for this EXCLUSIVE price!. We’re confident that we knocked it out of the park with this one.