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    will stowa change a dial if you don't like the color? I'm talking about the seatime limited with the pink dial. I know, you have to be a real man to wear pink.:-D

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    probably easier to have Stowa send you a dial....

    and have a local competent watchmaker swap it out?
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    Re: probably easier to have Stowa send you a dial....

    I was wondering if that was you bidding on that one Yamahaki!
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    Re: change dial

    And the winner is... You got that watch for a fair price Yamahaki ! Let us know how the dial swap goes....

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    Re: change dial

    Quote Originally Posted by yamahaki
    will stowa change a dial if you don't like the color? I'm talking about the seatime limited with the pink dial. I know, you have to be a real man to wear pink.:-D
    Yep, real men do wear pink :-D ......here is my pink prodiver.



    I was so impressed with my wifes pink Prodiver while diving I had to buy one myself. Here is a picture of my wife wearing her pink prodiver on our last dive trip ...
    ....see how well the pink colour works underwater, very easy to see and read.



    even the sharks were impressed by the pink and came in for a closer look. :-D

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    you scared?

    Go ahead and rock the pink. If you change anything, change the bezel to a black one. Pink's cool. It's a good change of pace from the standard black and blue dials of the world. Besides, it a limited ed. watch, so why would you want to turn it into a standard production model?

    You can always tell people you wear to support breast cancer awareness if they question you.

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    Re: change dial

    It comes with a black bezel also and that was me bidding on it. 761.00 for a new stowa isn't bad at all. He hasen't accepted the funds yet though, there showing as unclaimed. most likely a email address problem on his side. Pink does show up under water good though

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    Re: change dial

    I've never worn anything pink but could be tempted by the pink Stowa BUT, I think it would be the only pink addition to my personal possesions. Unfortunatley it would look like a saucer on my wife's wrist otherwise I would love to buy her one.
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    Re: change dial

    Prodiver that's a GREAT pic of your lovely wife amongst the LARGE sharks!
    How big do you estimate that one in the foreground is btw?
    Jorg ought get your permission to use that pic in a catalogue or website...lol.
    "Pink Prodiver in action, fending off denizens of the briny deep!"
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    Re: change dial

    stowa will install a yellow dial and new hands? about a 4 week turn around time. the price is high but they said it would take 2 weeks to do it. I still don't understand about the hand replacements. any thoughts?

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