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    Re: Stowa marine 36mm

    It's very cute no doubt, but I think I will wait for the upcoming small seconds sub dial version.
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    Re: Stowa marine 36mm

    It really is a cute little watch!

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    Re: Stowa marine 36mm

    Just got an email from Stowa announcing the 36 mm Marine handwound.

    https://www.stowa.de/en/Marine+36+cl...iling_13494651

    It's lovely but I wonder if the stated 10.5 mm thickness is correct, since it uses the very thin ETA 7001 movement. My Antea 355 handwound is only ~ 7 mm thick, and it has that movement.
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    Re: Stowa marine 36mm

    Quote Originally Posted by whineboy View Post
    Just got an email from Stowa announcing the 36 mm Marine handwound.

    It's lovely but I wonder if the stated 10.5 mm thickness is correct, since it uses the very thin ETA 7001 movement. My Antea 355 handwound is only ~ 7 mm thick, and it has that movement.
    We were discussing this in the thread dedicated to the Marine 36 small seconds and we believe that the 10.5mm thickness is correct. In addition to the Stowa website, the Marine 36 Seoul edition was already being made (same watch, slightly different dial) and is also listed in multiple places as 10.5mm. Seems like they could have gone a lot thinner since the flieger 36 is under 10mm with the 2804 (thicker movement).

    For me this wasn’t a big concern (I have already ordered the watch). I’ll be sure to put up a bunch of photos that give some perspective on thickness since a few people seem to be curious about that part of the watch.


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