A watch I wish Stowa will reissue
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    Stowa has some very appealing older watches.
    i wish this chrono will be remade.
    such a looker, especially in the classical sizing (36 -38 mm)
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    Re: A watch I wish Stowa will reissue

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    i cant seem to get to orientate the picture properly.
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    Your image is showing up with an unusual aspect ratio, but I can tell which one it is you’re referring to and absolutely agree. Gorgeous design and while I don’t love how Seiko does their arrow hand, this one has more of a resemblance to Omega’s arrow hand (though may even pre-date the early Seamaster references that employed it) and I like the character it brings to the overall dial appearance. I feel like all the photos I’ve seen of this reference are on a green NATO - which absolutely pops and I’m a huge fan - but would love to see how it looks on some other straps if anyone has photos. Would also love to see how it looks on my wrist...

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    Re: A watch I wish Stowa will reissue

    ....would love to see how it looks on some other straps
    Here are some of them (all different watches) on caoutchouc, black leather or alligator:

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    Re: A watch I wish Stowa will reissue

    Actually not Stowa but a Jörg Schauer handwind GMT

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    Re: A watch I wish Stowa will reissue

    With the old logo please. Thank you.

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    Re: A watch I wish Stowa will reissue

    Quote Originally Posted by Nasir Kasmani View Post
    Stowa has some very appealing older watches.
    i wish this chrono will be remade.
    such a looker, especially in the classical sizing (36 -38 mm)
    I’d buy that in a heartbeat


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