Just received my anniversary edition Klassik Sport a few days ago and I couldn't be more thrilled with this watch. All my watches tend towards to the larger end of things, so I wasn't worried about the size, but the Sport wears perfectly with the curved lugs--even better than I had hoped. I wear a Seiko MM300, Sinn U2, and other Seiko divers a lot, and the Sport wears closer to the wrist than most. I also like a solid, rugged feeling watch that can handle an occasional dunking, and the thicker case of the Sport is perfect for me. Blued hands are gorgeous, and I love the fact that the hand lume is different from the dial. Lends a lot of character to the watch and makes it much more interesting to look at in my opinion.
Sorry for the poor iPhone photography, but here are a few shots for this curious about the Sport.
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
The numerals are not as white as they appear in the photo. They are exactly what one would expect to find on a Marine watch as far as size and proportion to the dial size are concerned. They are more of a matte silver than the pic would have you believe. In addition the dial changes from various shades of blue to almost black in different light conditions. The numerals contrast fairly well with the polished hands. The movement is exactly as advertised being somewhat plain and undecorated. I was back and forth over whether to have a solid caseback. I finally decided to have the movement visible when I found out the solid caseback would also be supplied.
Last edited by Craithorn; July 31st, 2017 at 16:25.
I will probably wear this pretty casual. I suggest u keep it first. Someone can take over if you really not liking it.
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[a little story] > I dropped into an exclusive watch shop the other day (German high end Fliegers that I won't mention here) & was not nearly as impressed with their initial feel impression. The sales person asked about my Stowa Flieger, & as he handled it, never having done so before, I could see in his eyes that he was surprised with it's quality. How's that for validation.
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