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    - A trio of Stowa's ...

    Great watches .... priced fairly .... i really enjoy wearing these.



    Please share your favorite Stowa pic with us...
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    Kaventsmann Pelagial
    Kobold Soarway Diver 43 w/Arctic Blue Cali Dial
    Kobold Titanium Seal on ti bracelet
    Glycine Incursore 200m Yellow Dial
    Stowa Flieger Original SE # 003
    Doxa ( Vintage 1940's Doxa Movement in a 46mm Case )
    Zenith ( Vintage 1936 Pocket Watch conversion to Wristwatch , Lugs soldered to original 46mm case )
    ~ and other more humble watches.

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    Good choices and an interesting onion crown on your Marine. Here are some of your Stowas' brothers enjoying the Seattle sunshine.

    Dave




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    Re: - A trio of Stowa's ...

    Nice watches! The Seatime is my favorite!


    Here is mine:



    Stowa love!



    Grtz, Roel

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    Ooo fun..don't have to ask me twice to post Stowa Pics.















    Steven
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    Sinn 103 St Sa LE
    Sinn 757 UTC
    Sinn U1
    Sinn 6100 Regulatuer
    IWC Aquatimer
    NOMOS Tangomat Datum
    Stowa Marine Original, 80th anniversary LE
    Stowa Seatime
    Doxa SUB750T Military Sharkhunter PVD
    Zinex Trimix GMT PVD LE Black Pirate
    Ocean 7 LM-2 GMT SE PVD
    Bathys Aquaculture MOP PVD
    Tissot TXL
    Seiko Kinetic Sportura SNL029P1 PVD
    Seiko Chronograph Sports 150
    Citizens Eco-Drive Calibre 8700 BL8000-03A
    Citizens Eco-Drive Largo Perpetual Calendar
    TX 730 w/ FlyBack Chrono
    Poljot Sturmanske Chrono
    Aristo Apucto HP6
    Casio ToughSolar ProTrek Titanium
    Various G's

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    Re: - A trio of Stowa's ...

    Quote Originally Posted by scm64 View Post
    Ooo fun..don't have to ask me twice to post Stowa Pics.




    I look forward to the day one of you MOLE owners gets tired of that ugly white dial.

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    Re: - A trio of Stowa's ...

    great pics of your m/o, but what is that little mark at the top of the 7 on the dial, is it duet on the glass?

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    Here you go!
















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    Re: - A trio of Stowa's ...

    thanks guys, excellent picture's, and enthusiasm for a great watchmaker.
    Kaventsmann Pelagial
    Kobold Soarway Diver 43 w/Arctic Blue Cali Dial
    Kobold Titanium Seal on ti bracelet
    Glycine Incursore 200m Yellow Dial
    Stowa Flieger Original SE # 003
    Doxa ( Vintage 1940's Doxa Movement in a 46mm Case )
    Zenith ( Vintage 1936 Pocket Watch conversion to Wristwatch , Lugs soldered to original 46mm case )
    ~ and other more humble watches.

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    Re: - A trio of Stowa's ...

    Quote Originally Posted by daviswalker View Post
    Good choices and an interesting onion crown on your Marine. Here are some of your Stowas' brothers enjoying the Seattle sunshine.

    Dave




    what is this checkerboard strap ? it really is pretty

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    Thanks! It's a Hirsch Carbon. For me, you know it's summer when the blue carbon goes on my Marine.

    Dave

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