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    Re: Who else is wearing a Stowa today??? Let's see them!

    Not too surprisingly, so am I, the Chrono 1938!!!

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    Re: Who else is wearing a Stowa today??? Let's see them!

    Quote Originally Posted by rockmastermike View Post

    Hey,

    i was waiting for my first Stowa 7 Years. First i didn´t get the money, then i thought, i didn´t need a new Watch, and then i orderd it.
    For a few day´s i saw the Seetime and the Prodiver. Now i think, i have to Order one of this Watches :-O

    Nice Strap!!!

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    This one...

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    Re: Who else is wearing a Stowa today??? Let's see them!

    Quote Originally Posted by Melba4599 View Post
    I really like that strap,it is great looking and gives your watch a rich feel,what kind is it?
    Hey Melba,


    you´re talking about my Strap, or the Strap from the Seetime?

    Mine is the Black Strap old Style...


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    Quote Originally Posted by DCOmegafan View Post

    DCO love this look! Forgive the questions but what's your wrist size, who makes that shirt, and can I get info on that suit?

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    Re: Who else is wearing a Stowa today??? Let's see them!

    Quote Originally Posted by Renisin View Post
    Judd,

    Just one quick question, why post one picture when you can post lots more???? I love that watch,unique styling,reliable and a rugged movement that any watchmaker can work on!!! The lume is so bright that I have to wear sunglasses when I go to bed!

    It has been pointed out to me(in another thread) that Stowa uses generic movements in their watches. This is not exactly true,the 2824-2 elabore is the work horse movement in the watch industry, Swiss made and its Top movement is a pleasure to gaze upon! I found that comment to be arrogant and offensive!

    The Stowa ProDiver is one of the best values in watches today,bringing together the best of two worlds,Swiss and German watch ingenuity! Yes you could spend thousands more but what really are you getting for your money, over priced,over advertized,over the top watches that don't look or keep time any better! Not to be forgotten, if you do need service on your watch, being a Stowa it won't cost you an arm and a leg to get it fixed!

    This doesn't mean that I won't be buying other watches,what it does mean is that I am not so narrow minded or arrogant to think that one watch is the end all to all watches or anything else for that matter!!

    Ren

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    I really do like this watch and don't have to spend tens of thousands to get a watch nobody outside of WUS will recognize or appreciate!!!

    I could not agree with this statement more. The Prodiver is my "one watch" pick for all of the reasons above. Hopefully my order is on time- anticipating the email any day now... While I prefer the aesthetics of Laco's current crop of pilot watches, I'm impressed with everything Stowa offers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Docforjoe View Post
    DCO love this look! Forgive the questions but what's your wrist size, who makes that shirt, and can I get info on that suit?
    Wrist: 6.5"
    Shirt: brooks brothers
    Suit: haspel. It's a poplin suit, unlined, for the summer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinOX View Post
    I could not agree with this statement more. The Prodiver is my "one watch" pick for all of the reasons above. Hopefully my order is on time- anticipating the email any day now... While I prefer the aesthetics of Laco's current crop of pilot watches, I'm impressed with everything Stowa offers.
    The divers are too big for my wrists. A real pity: they look terrific.
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    Re: Who else is wearing a Stowa today??? Let's see them!

    Hey DC,

    Does the Antea KS work for you? The reason I'm asking is that both the ProDive and the KS are the same size( Stowa ProDiver 42mm,KS 41mm),(ProDiver 50.30 lug to lug,KS 50.20 lug to lug)!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCOmegafan View Post
    The divers are too big for my wrists. A real pity: they look terrific.
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    Re: Who else is wearing a Stowa today??? Let's see them!

    These watches are just 1mm difference,so I would think the ProDiver would work if your Stowa KS does!


    Quote Originally Posted by Renisin View Post
    Hey DC,

    Does the Antea KS work for you? The reason I'm asking is that both the ProDive and the KS are the same size( Stowa ProDiver 42mm,KS 41mm),(ProDiver 50.30 lug to lug,KS 50.20 lug to lug)!!!

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