Steinhart Marine, Roman Chronometer Arrives

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Re: Steinhart Marine, Roman Chronometer Arrives

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Very beautiful, but way too large for me. I love the simplicity of the marine design, but decided on a Kemmner Marine ( also with roman ) which at 42mm suits me far better than this would.

Congratulations on a very stylish watch.

BTW, here's another Marine handwound from Stowa, 40mm with an ETA 2801-2, but it seems it's only available in Germany..
http://www.manufactum.de/stowa-marine-z ... -p1448959/
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Re: Steinhart Marine, Roman Chronometer Arrives

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Aifo wrote:A great looker! Congratulation Mr. Rick. I have always considered the Marine Chronometer a must for any watch collection (well not in mine yet...). Now what have you in mind strap wise to go with this beauty 8)
I actually like the stock strap on this watch. But I did need to punch another hole to get a proper fit on my 7 inch wrist. I will be replacing the butterfly deployment clasp.
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Re: Steinhart Marine, Roman Chronometer Arrives

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Jan wrote:Very beautiful, but way too large for me. I love the simplicity of the marine design, but decided on a Kemmner Marine ( also with roman ) which at 42mm suits me far better than this would.

Congratulations on a very stylish watch.

BTW, here's another Marine handwound from Stowa, 40mm with an ETA 2801-2, but it seems it's only available in Germany..
http://www.manufactum.de/stowa-marine-z ... -p1448959/
I like the Kemmner, and also looked hard and long at the Tourby range. In the end I liked the decorated movement on the Steinhart.

I would like to see something similar from CW in the 2011 FLE case. :)
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Re: Steinhart Marine, Roman Chronometer Arrives

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My compliments - bit of an understated stunner
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A real stunner that Mr Rick. I love the strap and the Steinhart logo on the movement.
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Really rather pretty, that.
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Re: Steinhart Marine, Roman Chronometer Arrives

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Very, Very nice watch