I hope this post is considered appropriate and in line with honouring the Stowa Flieger LE pilot watches. Wish they were better pics but a tribute just the same. Mod. discretion.
(a couple of German fighter planes that are at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC that we saw in 2013)
Last edited by B....; May 7th, 2017 at 07:31. Reason: Add Mod. discretion
Thanks for sharing!
Well, I guess I'm one of the few that have bought one of the Klassik Sport Ltd's. Looking forward to delivery in June from the sounds of it. Have mostly Seiko divers and a Sinn in my small collection, and generally prefer robust 43mm + for my 7+ wrist, and really like to have minimum 10 atm WR for all my watches, so this seemed like the one for me. I love the thicker bezel more beefy look even though I know that's a bit different from what many Stowa buyers are used to. Only small watch I have is a 50's Seamaster handwind inherited from my dad, and while I love it for the heritage, it feels tiny relative to what I'm used to, so I just couldn't see myself wearing any of the 40's much less a 36. Handwinding is cool, but I always forget to wind my Seamaster when I wear it, so that was out too. I actually like the lume look, so that didn't bother me at all.
I get the allure of the smaller watches though, and those are all fine looking pieces, so I am glad Stowa is offering so many choices for the 90th anniversary editions even if my bank account isn't.
Current: Sinn U2/Seiko MM300 SBDX017/Seiko Presage LE SARW027/1962 Omega Seamaster/Alpina Alpiner GMT 4/Aquastar Match Race II/Timex IQ YachtRacer/ Seiko SRPB09K1 Blue Lagoon Samurai Ltd/ Seiko SDBC049 Sumo PADI Ltd
Cool limited editions..that 50m limitation bugs me though..
Just felt like sharing here this picture
Quite an affordable range of watches.Thinking if they actually go up in price..someday.Looks like a very promising brand.(I know its been around)
...it begins. Dispatch note from Sandra
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