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    Should i get both?

    I am planning to get a stowa airman, but i like the stowa antea as a dress watch as well... Should i wait longer and order both at the same time? Will that save shipping since it will be in one package?

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    Re: Should i get both?

    Getting both will is up to you and your wallet. Not a bad set of choices, either. Two very fine watches.

    As for shipping, drop Stowa an email to see if you'll save a bit on combined shipping.

    You will not, however, save on import duties as those are based on the prices of the watches.

    Make sure to post some images so we can enjoy the new timepieces on your wrist.
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    Re: Should i get both?

    I have mostly gotten one at a time . I guess that is due to financial reasons but also i like to celebrate each new watch individually for a period of time. stephen
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    Re: Should i get both?

    I think i will do that... but which one first? :P
    Quote Originally Posted by watchsk View Post
    I have mostly gotten one at a time . I guess that is due to financial reasons but also i like to celebrate each new watch individually for a period of time. stephen

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    Re: Should i get both?

    I ordered two at the same time, an Airman and MO, both due mid-March 2009. My order confirmation shows that I am being charged once for Stowa's standard US delivery fee, not twice. But as another WUS member pointed out, the import duties will be based on the total value of my order.
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    Re: Should i get both?

    If you have to ask, maybe you should just get one. However, if you are just looking for some assurance from other member, I am sure you will enjoy both.

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    Re: Should i get both?

    If your wallet and wife allow, forget the financial "crise" and get both - save some fee and time and get a bigger "present";)

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    Re: Should i get both?

    You can order both at the same time, but there may be a longer delay in one vs the other. And I don't know if Jorg will hold up shipping until the complete order is ready to ship. You might email him and ask.

    As for which to get first - get the Antea first. It's a good any-situation watch. I'm wearing my Antea KS as I type this.

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    Re: Should i get both?

    Y dun u order e Antea first as u have to wait for e Airman FO. a yr waiting time.
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    Re: Should i get both?

    The antea looks pretty good but how accurate? Also i am 14 and one of my friends said it looks like an old-man watch. I need a daily wearer, and i think the antea is more of a dress watch

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