Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

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    Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    Oh yes, the KS has arrived!

    The FedEx man delivered the watch a few hours ago, and I just love it! Here are some photos I snapped of my first Stowa:

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    Stowa staff, I would like to thank you for a great watch and exceptional customer service! It has been an utmost pleasure to deal with you!


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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    Congrats, mine got delivered today as well, cant wait to get home to see it...2 more hours 'til the work day is done though :(

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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    That's a beauty for sure. Wear it in good health!
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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    Congrats, nice watch and nice pics as well. Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    Beautiful watch. Great pictures.
    Wear it in good health and thanks for sharing.
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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    Congrats. It's so nice, isn't it?

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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    Thank you, fellows!

    It certainly is a lovely piece, I'll wear it in the best of health! Because of the big dial and long lugs it wears beautifully (at least a lot bigger than I expected). I love the veratility of the funtionalistic Bauhaus design, as well.

    A great catch, indeed! If you have been thinking about pulling the trigger, just do it. You can only win.


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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    Nice pics of the Antea KS
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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    Congratulations, I like it a lot!

    Maybe have to get a similar one day.
    Have a nice weekend!
    Cheers, M

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    Re: Die Kleine Sekunde ist hier!

    After having this watch for a couple days, I have to say that I'm almost shocked at how easy it is to read the time. I find myself catching the watch out of the corner of my eye and unconsciously taking note of the time which hasn't happened with any of my other watches to date, and this is by far the smallest watch I own (everything else is 40-42mm).

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