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    Mesh Bracelet

    Is the Milanese mesh bracelet that is available for the various Stowa watches specially made by/for Stowa or is it a "generic" bracelet that Stowa sells? Is it branded "Stowa" anywhere on the bracelet? Thanks.
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    Don´t see any branding:



    They aren´t inhouse products, but all re-worked by hand at the Stowa factory (as to be seen on the pics taken during the Open Schaier Days in 2004):




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    Re: Mesh Bracelet

    On a related note, does anyone know how much adjustment (lengthwise) on a Stowa mesh? I've got small wrists but am tempted to try one for my Antea and most mesh bracelets I've seen don't adjust sufficiently.
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    Re: Mesh Bracelet

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave E
    On a related note, does anyone know how much adjustment (lengthwise) on a Stowa mesh? I've got small wrists but am tempted to try one for my Antea and most mesh bracelets I've seen don't adjust sufficiently.
    To be honest: No clue, the only thing I know is that there are 5 chain links which can be removed. Don´t know if this would be sufficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike
    To be honest: No clue, the only thing I know is that there are 5 chain links which can be removed. Don´t know if this would be sufficient.
    Thanks Mike, bit of an idle question right now as I'm a bit short of cash. If/when I have the money I'll e-mail Stowa and ask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike
    Don´t see any branding:

    They aren´t inhouse products, but all re-worked by hand at the Stowa factory (as to be seen on the pics taken during the Open Schaier Days in 2004):
    Mike, is this perhaps a Staib bracelet?

    http://www.timedesign.de/marken/bands_e.html

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    http://www.equationoftime.com/forums...es;read=181791

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstart
    Mike, is this perhaps a Staib bracelet?
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    Perhaps it is, never spoke to Jörg about his bracelets. But it would fit into the philosophy of Stowa/Schauer: Made in Germany and if not the best it´s one of the best.

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    Re: Mesh Bracelet

    I'm wondering if one of these will be available for the Marine Original I've ordered. I thought a mesh bracelet might be nice on it.

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    Re: Mesh Bracelet

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave E
    On a related note, does anyone know how much adjustment (lengthwise) on a Stowa mesh? I've got small wrists but am tempted to try one for my Antea and most mesh bracelets I've seen don't adjust sufficiently.
    I just asked for one to fit my wrist size (I have a similar size wrist to you). This was for the Antea KS however and there is no adjustment to make it smaller so there may be problems with a larger lug to lug watch. I'm sure Stowa can tell you if it is possible.

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    Re: Mesh Bracelet

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave E
    On a related note, does anyone know how much adjustment (lengthwise) on a Stowa mesh? I've got small wrists but am tempted to try one for my Antea and most mesh bracelets I've seen don't adjust sufficiently.
    They adjust down to fit a 7.25 wrist nicely.
    If you need less than that you're out of luck.
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