Joshua Clare-Flagg is the Co-Founder of 12&60 and has been professionally reviewing watches since 2013. He's been ogling over watches since he was young, and is also an award-winning website developer & web performance nut.
This Starking is quite remarkable. Sure, it’s a little bit plain in the looks department, but what it offers for $50 is pretty staggering. A high beat automatic movement (that looks like the Chinese DG2803), sapphire crystal and all-round good finishing is more than I had expected. The date window is way too cramped and a little skew, but for the price it’s genuinely a great contender for the best, cheapest automatic dress watch.
Dimensions: 40mm diameter x 11mm height x 48mm lug to lug
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11 November, 2018 at 8:30 pm
I bought one of these when I saw it recommended in Just One More Watch.
I concur, it’s actually quite lovely and difficult to fault in particular for a watch costing $50
I think I ended up only paying $34 from a promotion
11 November, 2018 at 8:31 pm
Great, thanks for sharing!
5 January, 2020 at 6:51 am
I purchased a Starking watch and whenever I take it off, say go for a swim it just stops. love the watch but not sure if it should do this.