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    Pro Diver Questions...

    I am curious about the Pro Diver and how it compares to other Fricker divers in size and specs.

    Does anyone know the case measurements for the PD, and also the dial (x-tal) diameter? I couldn't cind this info on the Stowa site.

    Also, does anyone know if the PD features the antimagentic shielding of the other Fricker divers (soft iron dial and movement cage)?

    Thanks,
    Alphnonse

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    Alphonse. I think it's 42mm across by 16mm thick.

    The dial is nice and large with about 32mm viewable area. Wears like a 44mm watch IMO.

    Don't think it has a soft iron shield.

    Chris

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    Re: Alphonse. I think it's 42mm across by 16mm thick.

    Thanks for the info Chris!

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    Re: Alphonse. I think it's 42mm across by 16mm thick.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisinOhio View Post
    The dial is nice and large with about 32mm viewable area. Wears like a 44mm watch IMO.

    Don't think it has a soft iron shield.

    Chris
    Right, no iron shield.

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    Re: Pro Diver Questions...

    But on the other hand it wears well and looks outstanding on the wrist. I like simple but larger watches and this fits the bill.

    paul
    Doxa 600T Clive Cussler edition
    Breitling Superocean A17345
    Omega 2531.80
    RGM Sea3 Custom
    Ocean 7 LM3 #119

    VINTAGE :

    Zodiac Astrographic 2000
    Zodiac Sea Wolf(1964)
    LeCoultre Master Mariner (1970)
    Hamilton Thinmatic (1968)

    Place of honor:

    my '80's Seiko 5 which has been through the mill and still runs and tell adequate time.

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