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    Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    Hey everyone, I have read tons on Stowas and I'm in love with the Seatime, but I'm wondering, can a 7 inch wrist take it (rubber strap for sure, not a bracelet)? Pics if you have them to help me out here, thanks!

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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    No problem. I think 7" wrist is plenty big for a Seatime or a Prodiver. I don't have pics, but have handled both and have a 7" wrist myself. Buy with confidence.

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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    At your service, Sir

    Just a word of caution: seatime love is a lasting one.

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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    Just fine, particularly on the rubber. My wrist is just under 7", about 6.9", and as you can see my Seatime fits fine:



    I had a Seatime in the past on the bracelet and that was pushing it a bit, but was still just about OK (I plan to buy a bracelet for this one at some point).
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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    Have a ProDiver and about 6.5" wrist. Wears big but not silly-big.


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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    Thank you everyone! Prompt service, helpful pictures, witty comments. What more could one ask for? I'm so close to finally purchasing my first automatic!

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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    Here's mine on a 6 1/2 inch wrist. Very comfortable.



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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    Hello Gregory,

    First automatic? An excellent entrée into the world of mechanical watches.
    Just to add more excitement to your decision before pulling the trigger:
    - No picture can ever reflect the real beauty of Stowa timepieces.
    - The Seatime is an extremely versatile watch. Apart from dressy usage, you can wear it with confidence and ease for various occasions and activities.
    - The StowaTeam are very nice people to do business with. I have been mostly in touch with Mrs. Schauer - a seamless, forthcoming and friendly flow of communication.

    regards,
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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    Walsh,

    Thanks for the information! Yes, first automatic, and preferably a do-everything watch. I have researched so many watches on these forums, but the Stowa Seatime has stood out to me time and time again. I love that it combines the following (at least in my mind): a smaller, but well respected company, affordable but extremely well made, versatility, simple, classic and understated design. I am indeed very excited to get this watch. Thanks again for the help.

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    Re: Stowa Seatime on a 7 inch wrist?

    An emphatic yes.

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