Dear Stowa Forum members,
First of all, I would like to thank you all for the wonderful community of Stowa lovers that you have built. Because of you, I am now very confident of the Stowa brand and very thrilled to be part of the Stowa family.
You see, I think I am in a unique situation. I bought an Antea 365 last month and the watch has been delivered at the end of October as suggested. It was sent to a friend in the U.K. who will be the one to bring the watch over to me, here in the Philippines. He won't be arriving here until December 21st.
I, as a budding watch enthusiast, do not have any problem reading every part of the documentation for the watch. In fact, at this point, I have read quite a lot for me to pass as an actual enthusiast amongst my friends. My friend however has very little interest in watches, and less for reading manuals of any sort. I know that breaking a mechanical watch in is vital upon receiving it but I don't know what to ask of my friend to fulfill this crucial task.
I hope you can help me build a list of things to do for this preliminary testing, specific to an Antea 365.