Pro-Diver Thickness Question

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    Pro-Diver Thickness Question

    I'm considering a pro diver, but have a question for PD owners. It looks from a side shot of the watch that it might weat thick and/or high on the wrist. Can anyone comment on this aspect of wearing the Pro Diver?

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    Re: Pro-Diver Thickness Question

    yes, it is a pretty thick watch. You definetly have to get used to it (if you aren't used to big watches). Once you do, you'll love it. I only like big watches now. Everything else seems too small.

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    Re: Pro-Diver Thickness Question

    Quote Originally Posted by cheese
    I'm considering a pro diver, but have a question for PD owners. It looks from a side shot of the watch that it might weat thick and/or high on the wrist. Can anyone comment on this aspect of wearing the Pro Diver?

    Thanks.
    Check my watch dimensions chart (in my signature, below). You might find a watch with a similar height with which you're familiar or one that you can try on at a local dealer. You can judge from that.

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    Re: Pro-Diver Thickness Question

    It feels kind of like a Marathon GSAR or Seiko 007 Diver if that helps any. I'm talking about in how high sits on the wrist. This is a tall watch but it wears well for the height.

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    Re: Pro-Diver Thickness Question

    It is a marvel of engineering.

    It is 15mm thick and you will see it. It wears big and thick!! At the same time it is very comfortable. You do get used to it very quickly and then you really like it.

    Big is better and the Stowa Pro-Diver proves it!!

    You will love it!!

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