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    Re: Stowa marine 36mm

    I've been looking at the Orion as well. Absolutely gorgeous piece that sits really well on my 6.75 inch wrist (the 35mm version). I'm leaning towards the Stowa due to the central seconds hand which I love and the arabic numerals. The slight added water resistance is a bonus for me too, day-to-day.

    I did have a stowa flieger which I sold as I felt the hands were too small for the dial, and really not that easy to tell apart in low light. I also felt that the 2804 was too small for the 40mm case. The marine 36 seems to tick all these boxes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeYankee View Post
    I did have a stowa flieger which I sold as I felt the hands were too small for the dial, and really not that easy to tell apart in low light.
    That's one complaint about the Stowa Flieger that I've never heard. I'm not sure how you could make the minute and second hand any longer than they already are. And make the hour hand longer and you would make it even more difficult to distinguish the hour from the minute hands.

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    So will the small seconds models be available near future? I photoshopped small seconds on the Marine 36mm and I think it looks pretty awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazanaa View Post
    So will the small seconds models be available near future? I photoshopped small seconds on the Marine 36mm and I think it looks pretty awesome.
    Not with an ETA 6498 since the diameter is 36,6mm. Not sure a 7001 would be as desireable as a 6498.
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    Re: Stowa marine 36mm

    Looks great. I have owned the MO Roman and enjoyed in the past. This smaller size is wonderful release from Stowa for the MO range.

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Not with an ETA 6498 since the diameter is 36,6mm. Not sure a 7001 would be as desireable as a 6498.
    Agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazanaa View Post
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    So will the small seconds models be available near future? I photoshopped small seconds on the Marine 36mm and I think it looks pretty awesome.
    This requires the cost for a new dial design, while the 2804 works with the same dial like the 2824.
    I assume that the likelihood of a Marine 36 small seconds mostly depends on the sales numbers of the current Marine 36.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazanaa View Post
    So will the small seconds models be available near future? I photoshopped small seconds on the Marine 36mm and I think it looks pretty awesome.
    That's my dream as well. However based on my studies, 7001 is too fragile and problematic, 6498 is too big, 2895 is automatic and proportion is off.

    So.. it will remain a dream..:(

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    Re: Stowa marine 36mm

    There was a limited edition of 100 pieces with a 6425 (40mm though). It was supposed to be 200 but Stowa didn't receive all the movements.


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    So will the small seconds models be available near future? I photoshopped small seconds on the Marine 36mm and I think it looks pretty awesome.
    Well done, that looks amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by commanche View Post
    That's my dream as well. However based on my studies, 7001 is too fragile and problematic, 6498 is too big, 2895 is automatic and proportion is off.

    So.. it will remain a dream..:(

    I somehow found a sample design of Marine 36 small seconds from Korea Road show.
    The movement in the sample design looks exactly same with the movement of Antea ks so it looks like eta 7001.
    I don't know when it will be released but when I asked Stowa if they have any plan of Marin 36 small seconds model, they answered that they indeed have a plan but couldn't offer further information.
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