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    Watchuseek Journalist Bhanu Chopra's Avatar
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    FO LE revisited

    Still admire and enjoy wearing my FOLE

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    Cheers,
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    Re: FO LE revisited

    Hi,

    This is definitely "salt into the wounds" of the people who are still waiting for their FO.


    Wear your FO always in good health!

    Regards, Omar


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    Re: FO LE revisited

    Who's Peter Tung ? Got a pro for the pics ? Excellent, both pics and watch.
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    Re: FO LE revisited

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Who's Peter Tung ? Got a pro for the pics ? Excellent, both pics and watch.
    Mike,
    I connected with a cool photographer (he considers himself as an amateur and I disagree) in Austin who has taken interest in macro photography. We rented a studio and now we are experimenting with different props, etc. to have some fun taking pics on weekend
    Bhanu

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    Re: FO LE revisited

    Still have mine too and I love it..

    Neal



    If you can't have the watch you love, love the watch you have..

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    Re: FO LE revisited

    I would always wear it upside-down.

    Who cares about the time.

    I just want to look the movement in action....

    PS: I would strongly recomment Jörg S. to find a way producing those movements and adding them to his fine watches. If there is too many orders... just regulate it by the price.

    I like all of the Stowa watches because they are build with quality and dedication. It is always a good idea to have one special product that makes you different from the rest even if the quality is already on a different (higher) level.

    My favorite is the Ikarus at this time and it will be my next Stowa watch if I have the spare money. It is a really smart interpretation of the classic "Fliegeruhr" theme. I wonder if I can get one with a decorated 2801. I don't care about the COSC certificate because the watch will be regulated anyway by Stowa. I just want the nice look and quality of the decorated movement. But there is still time......
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    Re: FO LE revisited

    While my FO is an SE, NO. 3, - I Love It.
    It was an Engagement Gift from my wife !
    It's a keeper, and so is she.

    I do however regret having sold the Marine Automatic.
    I would love to buy another to replace it, if anyone has one they would like to part with
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    Kobold Titanium Seal on ti bracelet
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    Stowa Flieger Original SE # 003
    Doxa ( Vintage 1940's Doxa Movement in a 46mm Case )
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    Re: FO LE revisited

    Stunning, enjoy it in good health!
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    Re: FO LE revisited

    Have to say i'm not a huge fan of Flyers, but if Stowa bring out another with that movement, and i could have it with a normal instead of onion crown (they did into the back of my hand) i'd order one in a heartbeat, stunning watch, enjoy it.

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    Re: FO LE revisited

    Quote Originally Posted by hotnerd View Post
    Mike,
    I connected with a cool photographer (he considers himself as an amateur and I disagree) in Austin who has taken interest in macro photography. We rented a studio and now we are experimenting with different props, etc. to have some fun taking pics on weekend
    Bhanu
    Go ahead. Looking forward to seeing more made in Austin pics.
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