airman on a 6.5wrist

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    airman on a 6.5wrist

    hi everyone,
    i just want to know
    if anyone has a stowa 40mm airman,
    will it fit nicely on a 6.5inch wrist? is it comfortable?
    thanks.

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    Re: airman on a 6.5wrist

    Quote Originally Posted by kapleeri
    hi everyone,
    i just want to know
    if anyone has a stowa 40mm airman,
    will it fit nicely on a 6.5inch wrist? is it comfortable?
    thanks.
    May I quote from my review

    The solid lugs are coming straight out of the mid case and are curved downwards which is a benefit to the watch looking light and slim. That´s why the case will even fit smaller wrists.
    Lug spacing is 20 mm, by my measurement the lug tip to lug tip is about 46 mm.

    The watch feels comfortable to wear.



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    Re: airman on a 6.5wrist

    here is a wristshot from my 40mm Airman, but i have a 7,5 Inch Wrist :oops:
    but i hope this could help you a little
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    regards

    Andreas

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    Re: airman on a 6.5wrist

    Hi !

    I have a 6 /6.1 inch wrist (that's small !!). Is the stowa airman a good choice for me ? :-S

    thx

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    Re: airman on a 6.5wrist

    I'd suggest going to a jeweler and trying on a similarly sized watch and then deciding.
    Good luck!
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    Re: airman on a 6.5wrist

    My wrist is 6.75" and my Marine (same case as the Airman) is one of the most comfortable watches I own. The curved lugs really do make it hug the wrist
    Dave E

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