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    Stowa ProDiver

    Just pulled the trigger on this one(thanks Dan) and curious about any strap suggestions? Are there any difficulties in fitting a strap? I have heard the screws are put in rather tightly so I know to be careful.

    Picture below thanks to Dan.

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    Re: Stowa ProDiver

    badass. i was looking at that one too. never been a fan of the prodiver but the wine color looks amazinng.

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    Re: Stowa ProDiver

    Actually I am looking into buying one & did have a look at this one. But did not like the wine color at all, sorry!

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    Re: Stowa ProDiver

    Nice score! I was looking at it too, but I decided to purchase a new blue dial Seatime instead.
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    Re: Stowa ProDiver

    The screws are in there pretty tight alright! I've tried mine on the Stowa rubberstrap as well as the bracelet, and definitely prefer the latter.
    Wait until you see and feel it on your wrist -- the PD is the one diver I own that really transforms its look when worn. I think its the angular case that does it.
    In any case, Congrats on a truly exceptional piece of German craftsmanship and a piece you're certainly not likely to see on another wrist!

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    Re: Stowa ProDiver

    Awesome dial color!

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    Re: Stowa ProDiver

    A nice black strap would also make an awesome combination with it. I'd choose one with white stitching, definitely non tapered 22/22mm and fairly hefty if possible. Carbon fiber would be good too. Don Ginsler, Panatime.com and my favorite custom maker Scot Salmon would all be good choices.
    Rotating on my wrist this month: Stowa Blue WatchTime Flieger, Sinn EZM9, Sinn T1, Sinn 556 Blue, Stowa Antea LE Polish Forums, Stowa Verus 40, Damasko DS30 greenie, Sinn U1, Stowa Antea Klassik KS Rose, Nomos Tangente Silvercut





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