Check the serial number on the bottom of the relevant lug and then go to this link here (and scroll down) - http://www.clockmaker.com.au/rolex_serial_numbers.html
There's no doubt other such places to check if you Google it.
As the past owner of a couple watches from Steinhart, I can attest to their overall quality and sturdiness. I can highly recommend them, especially for those that can't afford, or can never afford, Rolexes of similar appearance.
Feel free to annoy me with pics Yep, same watch. Mine was made in '99 but bought new (by my sister) in 2006 from a local AD (so it had been sitting on the shelf there for 7 years!) Apart from some minor swirlies on the clasp, it still looks like new, I'm proud to say.
Thanks Dino I have a few quartz watches, two good ones (that Omega and a Raymond Weil) and a beater, cheapo one (a Stührling GMT for traveling with). I don't mind the odd quartz.Now that Rolex Oysterquartz you mention...now that's one I really wouldn't mind getting one day...