Shall I change my PD dial ???

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    Confused Shall I change my PD dial ???

    Hi folks,

    I got my Stowa Prodiver just a few days ago and I´m already thinking of letting the dial change from black to silver/ rhodium...shall I or not?

    Please no such answers as : limette, melon, turquise, bordeaux or white would be nice too

    I only wanna flip a coin between black or silver...

    At the moment it looks like this:



    This is how it could look:



    :thanks for your help.

    Joern
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    Re: Shall I change my PD dial ???

    I wouldn't.
    Wear what you like.

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    Re: Shall I change my PD dial ???

    Let it be, it's great and looks wonderful. Really

    Bye, Klaus

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    Re: Shall I change my PD dial ???

    Hey Joern,

    I wouldn´t either change the dial color.
    With silver dial you loose the contrast to the bracelet and the watch starts looking boring... even with different colored hands.

    Just take a look... the watch just starts to dissappear...
    If you want to have a nice diver watch with a silver dial you ought to get the searambler... this is a real outstanding dial!!!



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    Hello Andreas,

    sorry but NO Doxa, NOT at all, NEVER ever...

    I don´t like their vintage design

    Just my two cents.

    Jörn
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    Re: Shall I change my PD dial ???

    I actually like the Rhodium dial but I voted No because the Black looks good too...there is no point changing it now since both look sharp IMHO.

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    Re: Shall I change my PD dial ???

    I would keep the black.
    ToddH

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    Re: Shall I change my PD dial ???

    Quote Originally Posted by rescue diver
    Hi folks,

    I got my Stowa Prodiver just a few days ago and I´m already thinking of letting the dial change from black to silver/ rhodium...shall I or not?

    ...

    :thanks for your help.

    Joern
    By all means, keep the black! It's terrific, classy, contrasty.

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    Re: Shall I change my PD dial ???

    This is a no brainer - Keep it n save the money towards another watch

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    Re: Shall I change my PD dial ???

    Did you consider the color choices before you ordered?

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