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    Re: German Flieger

    Hmmh....the lume of the Turbulenz ist nothing but green.
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    Re: German Flieger

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Hmmh....the lume of the Turbulenz ist nothing but green.
    I'm guessing he got a B-Uhr flieger with old radium lume. Originally that was all that was available.

    They make them all with white lume too now.

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    Re: German Flieger

    My question would be, what constitutes a "flieger"? .


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    Re: German Flieger

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Draper View Post
    My question would be, what constitutes a "flieger"? .
    Please have a look into our PILMIL forum. There‘s a discussion thread you might be interested in.
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    Re: German Flieger

    I've been wearing a Stowa automatic Flieger classic since 2014 most of the time and would highly recommend it (despite the prices going up substantially since then)

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    Re: German Flieger

    I ordered a Dekla, and asked for some customization on their 40mm size. The folks at Dekla were very accommodating, I look forward to getting the watch. On paper they look like great bang for the buck. Classic flieger looks, in house manufacturing of the case, dials, and hands at a very reasonable price point

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