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Old 07-05-2014, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default STOWA Prodiver in COLOR

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More or less looks like an introduction of new strap options.........different.

Approx $1441 USD

Dimensions
Diameter: 42.00 mm
Height: 15.60 mm
Strap width: 22 mm
Lug-to-Lug size: 50.30 mm
Lug-to-Lug size inc. first metalstrap
link on both sides: 58 mm
Waterproof: up to 100 ATM
Weight: 125 gr. (leather strap)


Materiality
Case: Stainless steel, helium outlet, case middle part fine matt (sandblasted) , case back fine matt grinded by hand, bezel with alu inlay
Dial: black matt, white printed, Superluminova C3
Crystals: Front sapphire crystal domed and solid case back
Hands: black and orange, Superluminova C3
Starb: Leather strap or rubber strap
Crown: Stainless steel screwed crown with STOWA logo

Movement
Caliber: ETA 2836-2
Mechanism: automatic
Half vibrations per hour: 28,000 A/H
Function: hour, minutes and central second complication, day-date function
Power Reserve: approximately 40 hours
Number of jewels: 25 synthetic rubies
Finish: Rhodium coated, blued screws, golden STOWA engraving

Specific features
up to 100 ATM, helium outlet, screwed solid case back, screwed crown, date, hands and numerals on dial Superluminova C3
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Old 07-05-2014, 11:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Talk about your fun looking watches. Love it.
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Too much color for me, but I applaud their boldness.
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Not enough orange we need an orange bezel too.

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Old 07-06-2014, 03:31 PM   #5 (permalink)
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What is that their sherbet collection?
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The orange strap looks pretty much the same shade as the Hirsch Pure orange. It's not as bold an orange as the Isofrane.

I'm digging the lime, but I'm not sure I could rock it on that strap. Black strap of any type is what that needs
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They have a similar look to the Squale 50s


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I agree with the above, they are fun and colorful, but for me, a little too fun and colorful for $1400. That's serious watch money.
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Yes I love Limette !

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Interesting. I don't associate this brand with the bright color options.
Opens up the brand to a wider audience I guess.
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I don't know why, but I really like this. But the matching band is a bit much for my taste. Maybe something black with orange or lime stitching? Just to tame it down a little. Still though, I wouldn't wear this to the office, but it would be great for some weekend fun.
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I agree with the above, they are fun and colorful, but for me, a little too fun and colorful for $1400. That's serious watch money.
Agree with this I like both the orange sherbert and the limette but would have a hard time dishing out 1400 for a watch that is not very versatile and probably take a bath selling it since dial is limiting. I have been eyeing this version for awhile. Think I could get away with this in the office but still be great for a fun watch. Noticed on the site bracelet looks like it's no longer an option on this. nevertheless this is under strong consideration for a future purchase.



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If I could find a watch like the orange sherbert version for a more palatable amount would strongly consider it.

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You don't have to wear black to the office. I wear this and clients /co-workers Love it!

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You don't have to wear black to the office. I wear this and clients /co-workers Love it!

Great look! One of the nicest bracelets out there bar none. Thanks for the shot.
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I love the Prodiver design and like the orange sherbet and limette dials, but the matching color straps are a little too much of a good thing for my personal taste. The watch really looks good on a bracelet or a strap that adds some contrast.
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Limette looks nice!
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orange for me, but on mesh.
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i might want a lap dance from those colors....but 'scuse me will i kiss the sky...


TRANSLATION-PAINT IT BLACK-BLUE...and/or a SNO FLAKE to conquer ennui..perhaps DOXA ORANGE for that trip to the MARIANNA TRENCH
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Interesting to see so many of Stowas watches be "classic" or "conservative" and then they do things like this...
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