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    1736 Klassik Enamel dial

    I'm trying to decide if I want to go for the 1736 Classic over the newly released Stowa Marine 36 or possibly the Steinhart 38 Marine.There's not much info out there on the Classic.Any owners care to provide a wrist shot and owner experience? I'm not sure if its too much open space for the dial or not.Looking at it,the 42mm definatly leaves me feeling that way.

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    Re: 1736 Klassik Enamel dial

    I doubt you are going to find many folks with either the 1746 or 1736 -- I don't think I have ever seen another owner on WUS.

    I have the 1746, bought it new ~6 years ago. It's my special occasion/dress-up watch, so I don't wear it all that often. But I do wear it, and I like the watch quite a bit. Neat to have a lot of the Sinn robustness in such an elegant package. It is also a gorgeous watch -- in fact, the only watch I have that non-watch people have commented on.

    I know you are looking at the smaller one, so I don't know how helpful I can be, but if you have questions or want to see some pics just let me know.

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    Re: 1736 Klassik Enamel dial

    Quote Originally Posted by Radharc View Post
    I doubt you are going to find many folks with either the 1746 or 1736 -- I don't think I have ever seen another owner on WUS.

    I have the 1746, bought it new ~6 years ago. It's my special occasion/dress-up watch, so I don't wear it all that often. But I do wear it, and I like the watch quite a bit. Neat to have a lot of the Sinn robustness in such an elegant package. It is also a gorgeous watch -- in fact, the only watch I have that non-watch people have commented on.

    I know you are looking at the smaller one, so I don't know how helpful I can be, but if you have questions or want to see some pics just let me know.

    Hey would you mind sending some real world pics of your 1746? I like the idea of a Sinn dress watch. I also just noticed for the first time the 1736 St, which is somehow interesting despite its simplicity.

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    Re: 1736 Klassik Enamel dial

    Quote Originally Posted by Radharc View Post
    I doubt you are going to find many folks with either the 1746 or 1736 -- I don't think I have ever seen another owner on WUS.

    I have the 1746, bought it new ~6 years ago. It's my special occasion/dress-up watch, so I don't wear it all that often. But I do wear it, and I like the watch quite a bit. Neat to have a lot of the Sinn robustness in such an elegant package. It is also a gorgeous watch -- in fact, the only watch I have that non-watch people have commented on.

    I know you are looking at the smaller one, so I don't know how helpful I can be, but if you have questions or want to see some pics just let me know.
    Thanks,appreciate your thoughts on the watch.

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    Re: 1736 Klassik Enamel dial

    Quote Originally Posted by Lazlo Hollyfeld View Post
    Hey would you mind sending some real world pics of your 1746?
    No problem. Here you go:

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    Re: 1736 Klassik Enamel dial

    I would go with the Stowa. The date window on the Sinn is way to far towards the center of the dial for me. It would drive me crazy.

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    Re: 1736 Klassik Enamel dial

    Quote Originally Posted by bjjkk View Post
    I would go with the Stowa. The date window on the Sinn is way to far towards the center of the dial for me. It would drive me crazy.
    FWIW, the OP is looking at the 1736 -- the date window is closer to the bottom on that version.

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    Re: 1736 Klassik Enamel dial

    Quote Originally Posted by Radharc View Post
    No problem. Here you go:

    Thanks for sending. Very cool.

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