Stowa Antea

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highway62 wrote:v nice! Absolute bargain!! Still annoyed I missed these! :?
Me too!

It looks great. Congrats on the acquisition. :thumbup:
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Congratulations, a lovely watch. :D
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by highway62 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:29 pm

v nice! Absolute bargain!! Still annoyed I missed these! :?
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Congrats Alistair, that's lovely. :thumbup:
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My Stowa Antea is now "in transit" with fedex :thumbup:
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Fingers crossed for a knock on the door in the morning JammyD. Liking mine, thanks for all the comments guys, it's getting wrist time for the next few days at least. :thumbup:
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Now I've seen your photos I'm even more pee'd off that I missed out. lovely looking watch, nice movement and good watch box. At the price they were selling at last week the Antea was a real bargain. Congrats (he says through clenched teeth :lol: ).
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AliBar wrote:Fingers crossed for a knock on the door in the morning JammyD.
No knock on the door this morning, will now have to wait until Monday. :(
Checked the FedEx tracking this evening and the Stowa parcel arrived in Paris at 5.10 p.m. today :shock:
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Ok first off I really need to stay away from this forum. First you show off that cracking looking Stowa and then have them along side 2 of my favorite CW watches! I have become more and more attracted to German watches I think I may purchase a Zeppelin or Junkers in the near future. I hear their chronos use Poljot movements inside them the same as the Moscow Classic watches which go for the same price.

By the way, anyone purchased any of those Stowa with the black dials on them?
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Another Happy Bunny :hurra:

FedEx man delivered my Stowa Antea at 1.45 p.m. today 8)
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Jammy Devil wrote:Another Happy Bunny :hurra:

FedEx man delivered my Stowa Antea at 1.45 p.m. today 8)
Good news at last :clap:

And your verdict is... ? And your pictures are where... ?

Mine has had the privilege of being the "work" watch of the day.... looks good under/emerging from a suit cuff. Still liking the uncluttered design and the sweep of the second hand is oh so smooth. Classy piece for which I say thanks again for the spot last weekend :)
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AliBar wrote:And your verdict is... ? Gert lush

And your pictures are where... ?
Here's a Q&D pic. Will take some more tomorrow, if there is any decent daylight ....

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Lovely watch. What is the diameter of these?
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downer wrote:Lovely watch. What is the diameter of these?
Stowa website provides these details

Dimensions
Diameter: 35.50 mm
Height: 6.90 mm
Strap width: 18 mm
Lug-to-Lug size: 44.60 mm
Waterproof: up to 3 ATM
Weight: 41 gr. (leather strap), about 85 gr. (metal bracelet)

Materiality (sic)
Case: Stainless steel
Dial: Silver coated and printed in black
Crystals: Sapphire crystal and sapphire display case back
Hands: Temperature-blued steel
Starb: Leather strap or metal bracelet
Crown: Stainless steel with STOWA logo

Movement
Caliber: Peseux 7001
Mechanism: manual wind
Half vibrations: 21,600 A/H
Function: hour, minutes and small second complication
Power Reserve: approximately 40 hours
Number of jewels: 17 synthetic rubies
Finish: Cotes de Geneve`, rhodium coated, blued screws, golden STOWA engraving

Specific features
screwed caseback,
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downer wrote:Lovely watch. What is the diameter of these?
Antea 365
Diameter 36.5
Height 9.2
Movement ETA 2824-2, automatic
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Leo David wrote:
downer wrote:Lovely watch. What is the diameter of these?
Stowa website provides these details

Dimensions
Diameter: 35.50 mm
Height: 6.90 mm
Strap width: 18 mm
Jammy Devil wrote:
downer wrote:Lovely watch. What is the diameter of these?
Antea 365
Diameter 36.5
Height 9.2
Movement ETA 2824-2, automatic
Thanks. That's why I was a little confused. :?
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