Just a few words about the quality of the FO

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    Just a few words about the quality of the FO

    Hi,

    always, when comparing different Watches I`m impressed about the qualityof the Stowa watches. For example, compared with a PAM.
    The Pam 111 is a real good and quality watch, no doubt, but at this price level there is nothing else expected. So when you look at the pics below,
    you understand what I mean. Compared with the Stowas, based on Unitas movements there no difference in the quality. Amazing!







    But I think most of us have made this experience yet, and therefore Stowa has its solid customer base;)););)

    Greetings

    Frank

    P.S. Germany vs Poland this evening: 3:2;);););)

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    Re: Just a few words about the quality of the FO

    thanks for the review and comparison Frank. Looking forward to seeing more of that watch.

    I used to have a 111 too. Should have held on to it.

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    Re: Just a few words about the quality of the FO

    Well, the modification to the center second is another "gimmick" the PAM doesn´t feature. On the other hand the PAM never was designed for pilots.

    The FO surely offers big bang for the buck.

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    Re: Just a few words about the quality of the FO

    both is my favorite

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    Re: Just a few words about the quality of the FO

    My feeling is that Stowa is probably the best kept secret in the watch world, for what you get for the money.

    Even his "low-end" watches are finished very well, keep excellent time, and have an overall air of quality, far exceeding the price.

    I am a big fan

    Chris
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    Re: Just a few words about the quality of the FO

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts and pics. Stowa definitely holds it own. I can't wait to get mine on my wrist.
    ToddH

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