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    Stowa Pro Diver

    I just got the email that my Stowa Pro Diver is being shipped today. I will post some pictures when it arrives. Stephen
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    Re: Stowa Pro Diver

    Quote Originally Posted by watchsk
    I just got the email that my Stowa Pro Diver is being shipped today. I will post some pictures when it arrives. Stephen
    Congrats in advance (without seeing it :-D ) !

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    Re: Stowa Pro Diver

    What color dial did you order? Congrats on the Prodiver.

    You are on a serious role this year. Which watch gets the most wrist time? I shouldn't really ask because I think i know the answer...drum roll...the Dornblueth. Another question. When does the Nomos Tangomat come out?
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    Hi, I got the Pro Diver with the Mango (yellow) dial and it is on a bracelet (comes with rubber strap also). I cant wait to see it. I enjoy the Sinn U2 but the Dornblueth is hard to get off the wrist, at least untill it gets really to warm for leather straps. In the summer, I will probably alternate between the Pro diver and the U2. Right now, I continue to enjoy the Dornblueth as it has a unique handmade quality to it. As for the Nomos Tangomat, I heard it will probably be another few months before I receive it. After I get that watch, that will be it for me for this year. That will be four watches in my collection. I dont want to get to many that I cant wear and enjoy all of them. I dont think I would want to have more than 6-8 total and even that is pushing it to find wrist time for all of them. I want to wear all of the watches I get so there is limit to how many I would want in a collection. Stephen
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    Re: thodgins

    Very cool dial choice. Can't wait to see pics of it. The anticipation of the wait.

    I know what you mean on having too many watches, if there is such a thing..lol. I think I am going to pull the trigger on the new Stowa Marine w/ Unitas movement.
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    I have always been a fan of the unitas movements. How many watches do you have at this point? Stephen
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    Re: Todd

    Just the 3 listed, but I did find 2 Vostok Russian watches that I picked up in the former DDR. So I guess 3 good ones and 2 needing a refreshing. That would make 5 hand winding watches if I go with the Stowa Marine.
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