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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    Hello indygreg, dear sugar, hello moberf, hello everybody,

    we have no problems at all

    Of course - and i am sorry about this - we have had to much orders the last weeks so that we are fighting with the shippings for the ordered watches.

    But i have good news. The Marine Bronze for indygreg with solid silver dial is shipped today.*

    The Marine 36 from sagar is also on the way. Shipped today.*

    Buckle for Bronze watches (question from moberf)- we of course are looking for a nice bronze buckle and we soon will launch it.

    AND: Everybody who has ordered the watch and got a stainless steel buckle will get the bronze buckle for free.

    I hope this informations are good for all STOWA customers.

    bye for now

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    * shipping notifications normaly will be send after 4 p.m

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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    Jorg, thank you so much! As a business owner myself, it is a good problem that you have!

    Thank your for the update and for supplying us with these beautiful pieces of art!

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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    Mr. Schauer's exceptional service and attention to his customers is terrific. I am a proud Stowa owner and supporter--for almost 9 years now.

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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    Quote Originally Posted by flyingpicasso View Post
    Mr. Schauer's exceptional service and attention to his customers is terrific. I am a proud Stowa owner and supporter--for almost 9 years now.
    I bought my first one in 2009. Yes it's really awesome to see a CEO interact in this fashion. I'd rather have a Stowa or other boutique brand than Omega/Rolex etc partly due to this type of stuff. My Stowas will never leave my collection.

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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    I do have a question regarding the bronze case and would appreciate it if anyone can shed some light:

    Due to my recent interest in bronze cases, I’ve been reading a lot about the metal and the patina process. From what I see, most bronze cases have a titanium or stainless steel back case.

    I read that this is because the stainless steel back can protect against discoloration caused by the bronze as well as certain allergic reactions.

    I admit that I don’t know much about bronze watches other than what I have been reading over the past few days.

    But this made me wonder why Stowa did not use a stainless steel back.

    Are they using different alloys? Or am I misinformed?

    Thanks guys.

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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    Quote Originally Posted by sager View Post
    I do have a question regarding the bronze case and would appreciate it if anyone can shed some light:

    Due to my recent interest in bronze cases, I’ve been reading a lot about the metal and the patina process. From what I see, most bronze cases have a titanium or stainless steel back case.

    I read that this is because the stainless steel back can protect against discoloration caused by the bronze as well as certain allergic reactions.

    I admit that I don’t know much about bronze watches other than what I have been reading over the past few days.

    But this made me wonder why Stowa did not use a stainless steel back.

    Are they using different alloys? Or am I misinformed?

    Thanks guys.
    Stowa uses a bronze case that does not oxidize. I assume it is treated or coated in some fashion which stops the patina process.

    https://www.watchuseek.com/flieger-f...ronze-edition/

    https://www.watchuseek.com/flieger-f...ronze-edition/

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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    Quote Originally Posted by Quartersawn View Post
    Stowa uses a bronze case that does not oxidize. I assume it is treated or coated in some fashion which stops the patina process.

    https://www.watchuseek.com/flieger-f...ronze-edition/

    https://www.watchuseek.com/flieger-f...ronze-edition/
    Very interesting. Thanks for sharing.

    With stowa's attention to detail and quality, I have no doubt that they have figured it out. I was just curious as to how since I am really warming up to the idea of having a bronze watch.

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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    I was mistaken it seems...blue Flieger arrived this week, which is amazing btw! But still waiting for the bronze Marine...good to hear the demand is so great. :)
    Rotating on my wrist this month: Stowa Blue WatchTime Flieger, Sinn EZM9, Sinn T1, Sinn 556 Blue, Stowa Antea LE Polish Forums, Stowa Verus 40, Damasko DS30 greenie, Sinn U1, Stowa Antea Klassik KS Rose, Nomos Tangente Silvercut





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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

    I posted on the main thread already, but may as well do here again. Got my bronze 40 yesterday. Love it. Glad I will be getting the bronze buckle down the road, but honestly did not notice at first that it was missing. First bronze watch so probably just used to SS buckles.
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    Re: Marine Classic 40 with bronze case and silver 925/000 dial

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