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    clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    this question has been eating me away O|.

    i just can't decide. the watch in question is the stowa seatime with black bezel. interested to see any pics of the 2 case backs and which would you recommend.

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    Re: clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    Dear Ray,

    if you can´t decide you can buy a additional caseback.

    And very important: We always will support with massive or glascaseback - for later changing.
    So if you decide now for a massive and you want to change in one or two years - no problem.

    This is our Concept always to give many possibilities.

    The additional costs for a glasback is Euro 99.-

    Best regards

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    Re: clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    Ray,

    I personally went "massive" on my Seatime as i wear the watch (and may i add it is so good it has started to supercede all my others) i do not sit and look at the m-ment.

    The great thing about Schauer/Stowa is the fact you are dealing with real people who do care.

    Martin
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    Re: clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    I prefer massive, because the Seatime is a "Sportwatch" and i think it looks better. On the other side, the glas, like Steves (Xtrooper) Seatime, is really nice, too.
    Take both, thats the best :-D



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    Re: clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    Quote Originally Posted by martbroad
    Ray,

    I personally went "massive" on my Seatime as i wear the watch (and may i add it is so good it has started to supercede all my others) i do not sit and look at the m-ment.

    The great thing about Schauer/Stowa is the fact you are dealing with real people who do care.

    Martin
    I received nr. 102 two weeks ago ... When did you receive yours?

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    Re: clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    Go "massive". The display back can be ordered later

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    Re: clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    Well, when you're wearing your Seatime, it doesn't really matter which caseback you have. :-D

    That said, if you're into such things, the exhibition caseback and decorated movement are very nice indeed. B-)


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    Re: clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    I am another that went for both.

    Having said which, I have always left on the clear back.

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    Re: clear or 'massive'? comments needed

    Quote Originally Posted by acour_jeroen
    I received nr. 102 two weeks ago ... When did you receive yours?
    Hi,

    Also about the same time,i keep going back to this watch i find it sits and feels almost like a second skin.

    Martin

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