So did I. When it was launched some years ago I didn't like the watch. Last June I confessed (as a member of STOWA Friends / FriendsMap ):This LE model looks very cool to me and I always come back to it when Im trying to decide.
"Fünf Jahre habe ich gebraucht, meine anfängliche Aversion über relative Gleichgültigkeit in tiefe Zuneigung zu verwandeln: Jetzt liebe ich sie!"
( It took five years to change my early aversion into halfheartedness before she won my affections: Today I love her! )Not all love is loud and audibly. Some like to enjoy without boasting about this timepiece.Im just wondering why its not getting any love in this forum and why it doesnt seem to be a very popular model.The hand isn't absent - it isn't necessary.Is the absence of the running second hand that big of a deal to people or what?
I wish you success in working out this conflict,
Is this forceful unique design? I mean is that a bad thing? I just think that the "normal" chrono face is so cluttered with stuff, there is too much stuff. Im leaning more and more towards the flieger chrono, its just a lot of money, thats why i have been pondering for years :D
I think many tend to choose a flieger watch that has similarities with the original models thus the chronograph is less popular but the regular model got a price in 2012.
I don't think there is anything wrong with this watch and the LE is also beautiful.
Its a great watch, it just has a bit too much of an old man wibe to me :D Im looking to buy this watch as a 30th bd present for myself
i bought one of these things on a brown strap because i think it befits a "vintage" look, as does the differentiated coloring.
for me, the end result - faded, brown hues - makes total sense, whether or not one chooses to believe in the purported cause.
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