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Old 2 November 2020, 11:50 PM   #1
thesingularity7
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Stowa Marine Classic 36 Handwound

Stowa is among the few brands that were originally chosen to manufacture pilots (fliegers) watches during WWII, but their watchmaking was in no way limited to pilots watches. They have a rich history in marine observation watches (deck watches) too, dating back to as early as 1939. I've become somewhat obsessed with small seconds watches, and I've been trying to get my hands on this watch for months now. Stowa was kind enough to loan me this watch, for which I am very grateful. At around $975, this watch isn't cheap, but I believe this watch is worth every single one of those dollars, and I think by the end of this video you'll be a believer too. This is some of the best dial finishing I've seen on a watch in this price category and higher.

Video review - https://youtu.be/KQ_-_gZa-nU

Detailed written review with macros - https://www.beansandbezels.com/revie...sic-36-review/













Thanks for looking!

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